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Old   September 15, 2005, 04:43
Default Does EDC Combustion Model Work?
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I have tried to apply Fluent's EDC model for predicting the formation of nitric oxide (fuel-based NO from ammonia) in large scale boilers. The results have been poor (both with plug flow reactor and perfectly stirred reactor implementations).

I would like to know if anyone has achieved reasonable results with Fluent's EDC when modeling the formation of NO? Could somebody give a hint about the reason of the model's bad performance?

Regards, A.

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