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Old   August 28, 2014, 04:45
Default Does non-premixed combustion model contain 'reactions?'
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hi. fellows.
I'm dealing with a coal gasification problem.
I used species transport model but there were nothing to refer.

so.. i've tried to search some tutorials about fluent coal gasification and found nothing. except a tutorial about non-premixed coal combustion.

Anyway, my question is this.
In species transport cases, I should select the species and set the reactions to use.
But in that non-premixed tutorial, the things that I should were only set the species to use. (CO2, CO, C, C<solid>, H, O, O2, CH4, H2, H2O)
there was no 'reaction tab' (am i right..?)

Does the fluent automatically make reactions(including pre-exp coeff and activation energy) if i choose the materials which will be used for 'fuel' and 'oxidizer'??

maybe i'm using a bad English. hope u guys are well under standing
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