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Old   August 30, 2012, 05:44
Post reduced reaction mechanism for methane combustion using FLUENT
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I am modeling methane combustion with air. I am using GRI 1.2 reaction mechanism for the same. Some reduced reaction mechanisms are available i.e at and at, All these reduced reaction mechanism has a ckwyp subroutine which is written in Fortran language. This can be converted into an .obj file using a fortran compiler. I do not know how to incorporate this ckwyp subroutine in Fluent. Please help
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Dear vnm, I wonder if you solve the problem or not. I need a help too. Good Bye
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ckwyp, combustion modelling, define macro, methane, reaction mechanism

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