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Old   February 28, 2006, 09:00
Default Combustion in complex geometry??
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Hi! I'm modeling a combustion in a complex geometry. For that, I use CHEMKIN to modelise the chemical reaction and the combustion. I import all of this in FLuent, and now I want to specify where the reaction occur in my geometry. How can I do that???? Thank you for the answer. you can also e_mail me at: P.S.Here a litte summary of my problem

I have a pressure inlet, that arrive on my condensed particule, and the combustion begin (with a certain pressure).

_____________ __________| -> gaz | condensed ->__________| particule



| the combustion begin here

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