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Old   November 29, 2008, 01:11
Default Combustion help
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I am simulating a 2d propane-air premixed flame propagating in a curved duct.

I use the RNG k-e and EDC model. But the calculation results is too different from my experiments, such as the flame structure, the flame propagation is too slow.......

What should I do to improve the results?

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Old   September 5, 2011, 21:53
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hello harry...

i am dinesh kumar from birla institute of technology, I too currnetly doing on methane oxygen propagtion hence please kindly send me some pdf relating to combustion to my mail id -, for which kind of actness i shall be ever greatful to you sir.

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