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Old   February 5, 2007, 12:06
Default Reaction progress change in subdomain
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Dear experts

I'm calculating a gas turbine burner using the TFC model. Below the burners I intruduce part of the oxidiser into the burner due to leackage flows through subdomains. I only have one single inlet of fresh air (which flows through the burners and through the leackages). I recognised that the inflow of fresh air below the flame leads to regions with reaction progress < 1 and additional reaction (combustion). How can I manipulate the air in the leackage subdomain to change its reaction progress artifically from 0 to 1? Sources? Thanks for any hints!

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