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Old   March 23, 2014, 21:09
Default Implementing flamelet libraries for partially premixed flames in OpenFOAm
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Hello Foamers,

I am trying to simulate partially-premixed flames using OpenFOAM and I wanted to know has anybody implemented flamelet libraries for these types of flames because I was not able to find any.

Can anyone give me a link to a PhD thesis on this topic or any other document?


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Old   March 19, 2015, 05:24
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you can have a look to the FGM model implemented by Hannes Kroger (you can find the related thread on the forum). I think that there is not available otherwise a partially-premixed flamelet generator (maybe I am wrong). You can try also with the libOpenSmoke that has to be extended for premixed flamelet.
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