|March 3, 2012, 23:10||
Modelling a methane flame in a bunsen burner
Join Date: Mar 2012
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I am new to the forum and to the CFD too.
I am writing a thesis which requires modelling a Bunsen burner flame stabilised by a bluff-body. A cold flow (no combustion) will be modelled first and then reaction kinetics will be introduced (heat release).
I would like to know how I would start to approach this? I have access to Abaqus and Solidworks software.
My initial thought was to have a tube extruded and a flow going through it...In the end, I need to see the velocity distribution of the flow.
Thanks in advance
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