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Old   April 9, 2009, 19:00
Question Quenching in a rectangular combustor
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Hi, I have some troubles simulating quenching in a rectangular combustor, what I want to simulate is a "triple flame street" meaning that the flame starts then it starts to quench and then ignites again and then starts to quench. I dont know how to get this phenomena to work, Do you have any insights?

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