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Old   August 27, 2013, 10:19
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can anyone suggest model for simulation of diffrent species without combustion ?
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Old   August 27, 2013, 18:01
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Greetings Payal,

Have you check this list : http://www.openfoam.org/docs/user/standard-solvers.php

If the previous link doesn't help, please provide more information about the type of simulation you want to do.

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helo bruno ,
actually i want to simulate the flow in my case having 2 inlets . one for air and other for fuel . so i need a solver which will handle different species without combustion .

so can you plz suggest solver for my case .

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Hi Payal,

I used Google to search for:
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openfoam multispecies flow
I found this thread: Compressible Multispecies Gas Flow

And also found that you can use the reactingFoam and rhoReactingFoam solvers, as long as you turn off the chemistry and/or combustion part.

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thanks bruno for guiding me . i wl start working with these solver .
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greetings Bruno ,

Is there any documentation on this reactingFoam solver ? bcz without it , its difficult for me to understand and proceed further .
so can you suggest something for the above said .


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Hi Payal,

I did a quick search with Google and these are the first 3 hits:
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thanks Bruno . its really useful .
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Dear payal
I just want to add that if your fluids are incompressible (Mach number below 0.3) you can use incompressible solvers that exist in multiphase solvers like twoliquidmixingfoam.
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greetings Mohsen,

yes my flow is incompressible but after the simulation with different species without combustion. i want to do it with combustion . i started with reactingFoam fist with combustion off and then on but you can guide me if there are other solvers which i can use for my case .

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If you want to simulate it with combustion later; then you must use the combustion solvers

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