|June 2, 2009, 14:20||
Partially Premixed Combustion or Finite-Rate
Join Date: Mar 2009
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Maybe it is not the astutest way to do but...
I can use partially premixed combustion if I have a single inlet with a given air-to-fuel ratio, or my results are totally wrong?
I don't like very much Finite-Rate because I would know Turbulent Flame Speed in my combustor.
I try both method and I get two different results: which is it the correct solution?
|finite rate, flame, flame speed, premixed combustion|
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