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Old   July 30, 2006, 20:37
Default How get the CO fraction in coal Gibb model
Leo s
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In CFX10, to simulate the pulverized coal combustion, the Gibb model is for it, as you know, in the model, for char oxide, c+O2->CO+CO2, with a ratio CO/CO2,but in the result, we can not find the CO fraction.

How to get the CO component in the model?

Thanks in advance!
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