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Is it possible to do soot sectional method modelling with Fluent??

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Old   February 8, 2018, 13:36
Default Is it possible to do soot sectional method modelling with Fluent??
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Hi, I am new to Fluent and I need to model the soot formation with sectional method. So far, in the soot model dialogue box, there are few options of model that I can choose which are: one-step, two-step, Moss-Brookes and Method of Moment. So, does anyone know if I can use the sectional method and how?
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Hi Roytor,
did you get to know how to use sectional method in FLUENT?

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