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Old   June 26, 2012, 06:27
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Hi everyone,

When I enable the wet combustion option under Discrete Phase, I was wondering whether I should specify volatiles or the liquid(H2O) as the evaporating species?

Its just that the theory guide (devolatilization - law 4), the boiling point and vaporization temperature should be set equal if law 4 (devolatilisation) happens. It then goes on to say that when wet combustion is active, T(bp) and T(vap) refer to the combusting (volatile) material only.
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