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Old   December 17, 2012, 13:14
Default How to ignite a mixture, reactingFoam
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Hi at all,
I'm using the OF version number 2.1.1. My solver is reactingFoam and I need to ignite my mixture. Here I find some tips about the implementation of a routine that solves this problem.

Unfortunately my reactingFoam.C file is quite different from the link's one! So when I go to compile it the system gives me some errors. Someone knows if there is an just implemented procedure to ignite the mixture?
Thank you very much

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Old   April 25, 2013, 05:54
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Hi francesco ,
did you finally ingite your mixture? I'm also interested about the subject and I'm stuck..
Thank you

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