# How to model liquid Hydrogen and liquid oxygen non premixed combustion in Fluent.

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 June 18, 2014, 04:01 How to model liquid Hydrogen and liquid oxygen non premixed combustion in Fluent. #1 New Member   Harshit Join Date: Jun 2014 Posts: 1 Rep Power: 0 Hi, I am stuck in a project that involves non premixed combustion of Hydrogen and oxygen (both in liquid state) in a cylindrical tube. I am a aerospace student and for the first time trying to do something in combustion field, as I think this can be used as propulsion system. Please tell how to start with this, any simple tutorials or study materials available for this kind of problem. This looks simple enough for meshing as I already have solved some aerodynamics problems using ICEM and Fluent; but I have no idea about the boundary conditions to put in fluent to solve this. I want to know the velocity and temperature at outlet of the tube, pressure at inlet and outlet is known. Thanks. Harshit hb.aero1803@gmail.com

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 Originally Posted by crazyharry Hi, I am stuck in a project that involves non premixed combustion of Hydrogen and oxygen (both in liquid state) in a cylindrical tube. I am a aerospace student and for the first time trying to do something in combustion field, as I think this can be used as propulsion system. Please tell how to start with this, any simple tutorials or study materials available for this kind of problem. This looks simple enough for meshing as I already have solved some aerodynamics problems using ICEM and Fluent; but I have no idea about the boundary conditions to put in fluent to solve this. I want to know the velocity and temperature at outlet of the tube, pressure at inlet and outlet is known. Thanks. Harshit hb.aero1803@gmail.com
have you done this problem.?
I am doing problem very much similar to your mentioned problem.

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