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Old   December 20, 2018, 11:54
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I want to know how to ignite the methane mixture in a steady state simulation with fluent.

Personally, I would patch a high enough temperature to the whole computation domain, like 2000 k.

However, after tens thousands of iterations, the temperature field is just like a hot domain which is cooled by the cold inlet gas.

Thanks very much!

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