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Ben Williams April 20, 2000 17:52

coal combustion
 
Dear sirs / madams,

I would like to know what are the coal combustion softwares used in industries. If possible, could you please comment on their capabilities? How about the BYU pcgc3 code? I do pulverized coal combustion simulation.

Thanks.

Ben Williams

Jin Wook LEE April 25, 2000 08:24

Re: coal combustion
 
I think that BYU's PCGC3(or PCGC2) is very good for coal combustion modeling, especially for coal chemistry. But it has restriction on the geometry. It is based on the orthogonal coordinates(rectangular and cylindrical). And most commercial package, including fluent, CFX, starCD and ...... can do it with BFC and unstructured grid nets.

Sincerely, Jinwook.

Ben Williams April 25, 2000 12:49

Re: coal combustion
 
Thanks for the help. Do you know which softwares the industries use for pulverized coal combustion? or is there any other code you recommend? Thanks again.

Sincerely, Ben

Ben Williams April 25, 2000 17:48

Re: coal combustion
 
Thank you very much for all your help.

Sincerely, Ben

Jin Wook LEE April 26, 2000 01:11

Re: coal combustion
 
One package is superior in this aspect, and the other package is better in that aspect...... But, as you know, coal combustion belongs to fairly traditional category. I use only one package for my modeling. So, sorry but I can not say that this one is better than that one. I think that, all commercial packages are basically similar.

Sincerely, Jinwook



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