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Old   February 13, 2014, 00:52
Default firefoam - use for non reactive mixing or no combution
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Hi,

I want to simulate non reactive mixing and found that firefoam has the required capabilities. I like to know how can I drop the extra enthalpy equation and use the nocombustion.C source file.

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greetings Krishna

It is very easy. If you are using O.F. 2.2. version . you have to to change the line in combustion properties file to noCombustion.


Also this choice is available in reactingFoam solver.
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Thanks Bobi.

I will try to run a simple example and will see if I run into some issues.

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