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Old   March 1, 1999, 08:01
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Mamdud Hossain
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Dear all,

I am doing research in turbulent non-premixed combustion and needs a Monte-Carlo/PDF code. I will greatly appreciate, if any body can provide me a code.

Thanking you in advance.

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Old   March 2, 1999, 00:33
Default Re: Monte-Carlo/PDF
Anthony Iannetti
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This probably won't be much help, but I believe the technology originated from Cornell. I forget the man 's name, however. But it gives you somewhere to look. As far I know, the technology is very computational intensive. This is why you don't see it at this moment. (But, if you have one of those 21264 Alpha's, then you are OK The National Combustor Code in the US is a freely available code, BUT is only available in the US. I hope this helps.

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Old   March 4, 1999, 02:51
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Nitin Kolhapure
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These methods are pioneered and developed by Prof. Pope in Cornell.

I hope this information is helpful to you.

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Old   March 4, 1999, 05:37
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Mamdud Hossain
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Thank you all for your reply
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