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Old   September 7, 2018, 12:22
Default Decoupled detailed chemistry for coal NOx
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Hi,

I am trying to simulate NOx emissions using the decoupled detailed chemistry using GRIMech2.0 Chemkin model for detailed chemistry.

I have coal as fuel and using Eddy Dissipation (EDM) as Turbulence-Chemistry Interaction. Therefore, I have volatiles (C2.05H4.5O0.21) as lumped in the system.

When I use the decoupled detailed chemistry option with GRIMech, it gives me an error "Thermo data of species vol was not found, or species cp type not handled".

Is there a way to resolve that issue, because it seems that EDM for coal wont allow decoupled detailed chemistry since I have volatiles in a lump in the system.

if not, what is the best approach to use detailed chemistry for NOx for coal combustion ?
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