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Old   September 24, 2014, 17:19
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Hello All

I am solving a steady state combustion problem with radiation model. Following is the problem description:

Type of problem: Steady state non premixed combustion with inlet swirl with radiation (multiphase would be activated in later stage) in a stream generator

Mesh statistics: 52 million cells, 23 million nodes, 123 million faces.


I am actually trying to estimate the computational power needed to solve this so that we can rent a supercomputer. Just wondering if anybody solved any similar problem of this size so that I have an idea about the run time. I have tripled cheeked the meshes and is not expecting any problems coming from bad mesh.


Will appreciate any comments.


thanks


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