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Old   March 23, 2005, 09:05
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How can I simulate CO combution process in chamber which walls are water cooled? How can I define mixture of gases and reactions insie chamber and pure water stream inside walls? please help regards
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Old   March 23, 2005, 23:37
Default Re: Combution problem
Kumar Swamy
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For CO combustion which is a gaseous combustion, you can use approach given in tutorial-12 for fluent's tutorial, if your problem is pre-mixed and/or gaseous/homogeneous combustion, based on finite chemical kinetic theory.

for modeling water cooled walls, you can use lumped approach for simplification of the problem, as the main focus is CO combustion.

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Old   March 24, 2005, 08:10
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Thanks a lot! I use directions included in tut.file-12. If I simulated only combustion problem, I would neglect the water cooled walls. My water cooled off-gas duct is 70m long and the outlet temperature is one of the most important unknown I wanna get. I tried to define heat flux for duct walls with negative sign but temperatures of fumes in the vicinity of wall reached T=-3000K !!!
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