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Old   September 27, 2013, 02:49
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Hello, everyone.

Nowadays, I try to simulate coal combustion in the case of laminar conditions.

How can I define various volatile species?

Fluent default option allow only one volatile species, but I want to apply various species such as CO2, CH4, C2H2 etc.

I tried to use DPM_LAW to use Devolatilization_Law(p), and then DPM_SOURCE to apply mass source and energy source terms.

Do you think that it is apprepiate method to define various volatile species?

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