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Old   November 16, 2011, 17:28
Exclamation Modelling micro-explosion of multi-component fuel droplets
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Hi,

I was wondering whether anyone can help, I been researching on modelling fuel droplets and trying to integrate this into CFD however i am having some difficulty. I have been told to model a single droplet not the fuel spray itself. would i be using a multi-phase or discrete phase model?

The fluid is a ethanol-diesel mixture which will undergo micro-explosion.

I am fairly new at using CFD, and would appreciate any advice from anyone that has done something similar.

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Old   November 20, 2011, 08:15
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Hi, Kay,
If you focus on micro process of single droplet and want to reproduce the process by computer, I believe FLUENT is not appliable. If you want to simulate the combustion of the spray, use DPM.
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