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Old   July 5, 2014, 00:28
Default Flame Temperature Distribution from a Burner
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I need to model the flame temperature distribution from a standard propane-air burner. I did an attempt and it seems that the temperature is within the expected limit. However, I can't get the buoyancy effect, that is, the flame is symmetric. Instead, it should have been dragged upwards.

I would like to know if someone could assist me in this problem. Please inform me on to discuss further. I will send me current results.

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