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Old   June 17, 2011, 06:28
Default Nox modelling
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I'm trying to model NOx using default Fluent model. Model includes Thermal and Fuel NOx. My question is: Is there any difference in modeling Thermal NOx and fuel NOx separately and then combining the result or do I have to model it simultaneously? In another words are those to processes dependent?

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