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Old   October 11, 2023, 01:31
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I am using a Partially Premixed Flame model with Fraction of Gas in Mixture (FGM) to simulate a propane-air mixture. My mixture fraction is set at 0.054, and the heat loss fraction is set to 0.7 via TUI. However, when I run the simulation, I'm not seeing temperature gradients in the regions without flames. Has anyone experienced this issue and can provide guidance on how to address it? Thank you.
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