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Old   October 7, 2015, 18:29
Default How good id Fluent for reactive flow simulation?
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I've been reading the Fluent theory guide looking for information about reactive flow. However, most of this information deals with combustion, and what I need is something more general, applicable for any reactive flow.

I imagine that the basic principles are the same for combustion and non-combustion processes, but I wanted to ask you whether It is good for this or not.

Thank you so much for your answers,
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