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Old   May 8, 2006, 15:23
Default where is the prePDF?
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for the combustion model, a prepdf file is needed. but i cannot find it anywhere? Can anyone who used it before if it's part of fluent software, or other software like chemkin?

thanks a lot.
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Old   May 9, 2006, 07:48
Default Re: where is the prePDF?
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it depends on which version of Fluent you have installed on your machine. If you have version of Fluent 6.2, than for example for the non-premixed combustion you have to create pdf table. Define-Models-Species-Transport&Reaction Under PDF options click Create Table usw...

If your version of Fluent is 6.1 than prePDF is not incorporated in Fluent. You have to make pdf tables before using Fluent separetly in prePDF that you have to install also. Hope it helps !
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