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Old   July 11, 2013, 02:13
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I am beginner in the field of biomass combustion and need some leads or advices. I am working on 3D modelling Pelletized furnace using Fluent. It seems in the modeling of pelletized furnace one practical way is the constructing appropriate bed model to calculates the temperature, species and velocity at the top of the fuel bed. I know that combustion modelling is a very complex phenomena and involved following process.

1-moisture evaporation model
2-3 Biomass : Volatiles (Cm Hn; CO;H 2; CO 2; O 2 . . )+ Char
4- char oxidization

I wonder if anyone could share his/her experiences and recommend some UDFs in order to build the fixed bed model for 3D combustion of small scale wooden pelletized furnace.

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Old   February 27, 2014, 05:12
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