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Old   April 6, 2012, 18:50
Default Combustion due to heating of shock wave
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I am trying to simulate the combustion of a bubble in shock tube using fluent. I would like to know which turbulence models to be used and also if premixed combustion option or non premixed combustion option is to be used.

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can someone please tell me if species transport is enough to model shock initiated combustion or should i use the options pre-mixed combustion or non-premixed combustion etc etc in the models option.

Please its very urgent and im confused so any help will be greatly appreciated.
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