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Old   October 20, 2014, 12:56
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Hi everyone,

I know there are a lot of posts on this subject, but still I couldn’t yet find an answer for it, and I am creating a new topic because I think there is still a large number of persons who are having this same problem.

I am using reactingFoam, OpenFOAM version 2.3.0, and using Sutherland's transport formula,



Can anyone tell me where I can find the As and Ts coefficients for O2, N2, H2O and CO2.

I have looked at the default thermo.compressibleGas file for counterFlowFlame2D tutorial but it presents the same equal coefficients for the different species, which is odd.


Thanks in advance!
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Any news in 2016 Foamers ?

I have exactly the same question as DuarteMagalhaes... (instead I would like CH4 values too).

And have you any idea of the accuracy of this model ?
In which range of temperature should we use this model ?

Any help, any start of answer would be welcome
Thank you,
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