|November 29, 2010, 09:30||
Internal field temperature decreases after each iteration (Combustion Modeling)
Join Date: Aug 2010
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I have a very general question:
I try to simulate combustion. LES, non-premixed, one inlet for air (to stabilise the flame) and another one for fuel (300 K at both inlets and at other BCs), orthogonal simple mesh, no radiation model, no walls....a veery simple case.
The temperature (internal field) decreases at each iteration and this non-physical annoying phenomena depends on the velocity (high inlet velocities → temperature decreases faster). The flame temperature seems to be OK.
I am sure that there are several and very simple explanations for this problem. Can someone tell me a little bit about this?
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