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Old   July 16, 2013, 07:53
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It seems in the modeling of pelletized furnace the constructing appropriate bed model to calculates the temperature, species and velocity at the top of the fuel bed is the crucial step. I found that you expert in field of biomass combustion modelling. As you know the combustion of solid biomass consist of the following steps.

1-moisture evaporation model
2-3 Biomass : Volatiles (Cm Hn; CO; H2; CO2; O2 . . )+ Char
4- char oxidization

At this time as I am a beginner I would like to employ only fluent models (species) Without using UDF. what is the basic set up for fluent (solid, gas material & properties and transport & reaction models) in order to consider those phenomena effectively.

I would be sincerely appreciate in advance for your time and consideration

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