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Old   September 14, 2011, 02:28
Default Creating a kerosene vapour and air mixture
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Could any1 suggest me how to create a mixture of kerosene vapor and air [stoichiometric ratio] in fluent and subsequently fill a tube uniformly with it. i have created geometry in gambit and have specified mass flow inlet and pressure outlets....the mixture should not react once it enters the tube...
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