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Hi all,

I am a pretty new user to Fluent and I am trying to model an oxidizer/fuel injection into a combustion chamber. Specifically I am trying to make sure the oxidizer/fuel plume will directly impinge upon the ignition source. Being new I haven't been able to figure out how to setup such a problem.

The main fluid body I want to be atmospheric air with three inlets and one outlet. For the inlets I need 2 inlets of o2 and one inlet of liquid methane and the outlet will just be atmosphere. I believe I need to set this up as a species transport problem, but I haven't had any luck working through online examples to get what I am looking for. Does any one have any suggestions or references they can point me towards?
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