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Old   July 29, 2005, 22:41
Default combustion, chemical reaction or turbulent source?
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Is here anyone who are familar with source term coming from combustion, chemical reaction or turbulent modeling? I am working on steady state, and interested in steady state solution of some examples from those phenomena. Can anyone give me some advice on steady state of the hyperbolic system with source term from combustion, chemical reaction or turbulent modeling?

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