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Old   December 21, 2010, 20:37
Default mass boundary condition of carbon
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I'm trying to simulate the mixing of carbon powder and oxygen inside a combustion chamber using fluent, but I've difficulty in defining the fixed mass of carbon powder inside the chamber (first,the powder is placed in the chamber and then the oxygen is supplied to blow the powder and mix together).
So anyone help me to solve this.

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