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Old   July 5, 2021, 05:57
Post Can FLOEFD simulation thermal radiation within fluid such as gas?
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Dear all,

I began to use FLOEFD recently. I know that it can simulate thermal radiation from opaque surfaces and thermal radiation within semi-transparent solids. Can FLOEFD simulate thermal radiation and absorption within fluid such as gas?

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Only for combustion radiation in gasses is considered.
For other applications usually, the influence is too little. But it would depend on what application you have.
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