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Old   February 20, 2006, 03:03
Default Can -FLUENT solve non-coal particle surface reacti
Ganesh kumar
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Hai guys, i have been working on a cyclone-calciner problem for some time. Iam using DPM approach to model coal combustion.In the same way i am trying to carry out calcination of calcium carbonate reaction ,but iam facing difficulty in fluent how to define it.If some body has come across similar problem like this and how did u approach it in FLUENT ?Thanku, Ganesh kumar.v
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