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Old   October 26, 2007, 02:18
Default Species transport combustion model
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Dear mate,

I have to simulate with 2 velocity inlets with different materials in my simulation. 1 is air and another one is propylene-air mixture. If I use species transport model for propylene-air mixture how to initialize and if I initialize the higher velocity of air inlet does the propylene-air mixture will take automatically from the another inlet. I think I should go for injection option for propylene-air mixture

Bit confused to do Can anyone explain Thanks in advance

Hari V.B.

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