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Old   May 8, 2005, 03:19
Default About Modelling Combustion
Ridwan Budhi Febrianto
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Hi all....

I'm a student of last semester in ITB Indonesia and doing my thesis about combustion model of combustion chamber of gas turbine system. I would like to ask to you all how to model the combustion at Fluent and then are there any references of book that i can read to support my thesis especially a free e-book?

Thank you very much for your all attention. I'm very pleased to receive your response.

Regards Ridwan
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Old   May 9, 2005, 04:54
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ok redwan

in gas turbine you should read about non premixed combustion, you shouls use prepdf and fluent

forme more details please refer to tutorials of fluent ( non premixed, premixed, species transport)

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Old   May 11, 2005, 04:55
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Non premixed combustion? Nowadays many stationary gas turbines are driven in lean premixed mode
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