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Old   June 2, 2009, 10:34
Default PDF model for two kinds of solid fuels, help!!
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Hi there:

I am trying to simulate the co-firing of coal and the other kind of solid fuel. I found in the user's guide that for two different fuel stream in PDF model, it should be one solid and one gas/liquid fuel. What will happen if i inject two kinds of particles through injection? Is this PDF model still reasonable? Is the PDF table still working correctly?

Hope someone can help with this big confusion!! Thank you very much!
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