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Old   May 27, 2004, 02:51
Default Combustion Modeling
Pravin Naphade
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I am using FLUENT to model combustion in reheating furnace. It can be viewed as cube let say 5*5*5 meter in which combustion of gases takes place. Inside the cube one solid block(.2*0.2*4 meter) of metal is to be heated. Nonpremixed combustion model was choosen.

FLUENT creats the shadow walls and treat them as a coupled boundary condition for heat transfer, which is all consistent. But till I am not getting the temperature profile inside the solid block in which conduction eqaution is expected to be solved. If you have any ideal please drop a message.

Thanx Pravin
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