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Old   November 26, 1998, 19:07
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Hi I really got some problem, my simulation about extinguishing a compartment gas fire with water spray droplets. the difficulties I met about swithcing on some of the model togethre in FLUENT. The models are time dependent, Dispersed phase (water spray droplets, radiation model with a combustion (high temperature around 2000K). I need to use radiation model to ge accurat result to compare it with experimental results. but To avoid making the problem complex. I thought to use wall heat flux instead of radiation. In otherwords calculating how much the radiation loss (30%) of the total heat release rate 4.6 MW which will results in 1.38 MW, and then use heat loss through the wall equivalent to this value. So, I need feedback about this and any other comments or any other solution to this problems
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Old   December 2, 1998, 20:54
Default Re: FLUENT Boundary condition problem
Sung-Eun Kim
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Dear client,

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