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Old   June 25, 2011, 00:03
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Hi, good day.
I am trying to simulate liquid fuel combustion and the fuel i used is comprised of diesel and some other minor components such as ch4. i am using non premixed combustion model and discrete phase modeling.
for injection, whats the criteria to choose between multi-component particle and droplet? what is the difference between a mixture and multi-component fluid?

Help will be really appreciated. Thanks in advance. =)
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