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Old   August 3, 2001, 10:08
Default explosion using laminar flame model
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Hi, everybody. I am working on an explosion project. The explosion occurs in a vessel filled with premixed fuel-air gas mixture, and is triggered by an electrical spark. I am using the laminar flame model provided in CFX 4.3 to simulate the deflagration. My question is how I can go about to determine the parameters needed in laminar flame model in terms of different fuels. These parameters include quenching limit, flame width, ignition threshold, dtbmax, ignition length, ignition duraiton, etc.

Thirsty for hints. Thanks in advance.
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