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Old   October 19, 2000, 02:17
Default Radiation Heat Transfer in Non-emitting Media
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Dear All!

I am modeling radiation light within a photochemical reactor. In photochemical reactors the only source of emission is lamp and there is no useful emission from the media itself. In Fluent5 the radiation models are written for participating media (with emission).

In summary, I want to get rid of emission term from Fluent radiation program. How can I do so? One way could be to delete the term from relevent Fluent file (.h or .c). But I am unable to locate the file concerning discrete ordinate method. If anyone can help me? I shall be higly thankful.

Thanks in Advance,

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