Hentalpy equation openfoam - miss a term
i'm working on my master thesis in wich i'm trying, starting from a SimpleFoam solver (steady, not transient), to programming in openfoam the ED, EDC and flamelets models in the way to compare the results with fluent and maybe in the future be able to use OF instead of fluent.
I made the EDmodel and tested it on the sandia simple flames: the results are quite good, but not excellent: the fluent flame has a higher peak and is more dissipative, and the difference seems to increase when the fuel inlet velocity decrease. In my opinion there is something wrong in the enthalpy equation.
Looking in the fluent user guide (http://my.fit.edu/itresources/manual...e568.htm#86361) we can see a term in the equation, named sensible enthalpy, that is the dissipation term due to the enthalpy of the single species.
This term is not in the hEqn file of Openfoam:
Probably my flame will not change with this therm and the differences will be the same but i want to try also in this way....
I have your same problem, have you understood what is happening there? do you find some solution? It would really help me :-)
Exactly i had the same problem, when i tried the reactingfoam. Apparently i tried a reacting mixing layer problem [barrows&Kurkov]. the thermal diffusion is less in foam, giving a thin flame. I guessed something may be wrong with enthalpy equation., i could not go further deep into the code.
the fluent flame has a higher peak and is more dissipative, and the difference seems to increase when the fuel inlet velocity decrease. In my opinion there is something wrong in the enthalpy equation.
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