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Problem with Species Transport and DPM in Biomass Combustion in Cookstove

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Old   February 5, 2023, 14:07
Post Problem with Species Transport and DPM in Biomass Combustion in Cookstove
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Hey Fluent Users!

I'm working on CFD simulation of biomass combustion inside a cookstove. I facing issues regarding species model. Should I use species transport model or premixed combustion model. Also while using discrete phase model there is no change in temperature in results.
I'm using Ansys 18.1 which didn't show the preview of injection in discrete phase model so I have to inject the solid biomass using simple assumptions.

Bit confused how to simulate biomass combustion inside cookstove. If anyone have any idea they can contact me on umerhayyat850@outlook.com
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