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Hello every body
I am trying to model a liquid fuel combustion by fluent problem is when I use the empirical fuel(diesel fuel) to define my fuel in species transport ...and use the injection in discrete phase >>>the velocity magnitude resulted too high (multiplied by 1000 or more ) and the velocity vectors are shown too small even when I use a scale more than 100000 !!!
and anther thing ,,,when I used another fuel (not empirical ) the velocity and vectors are shown normal ...!!!!
what are my faults ?
I 'll be so grateful if anyone can help me
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