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Old   July 2, 2001, 04:38
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Dear Friends, I am calculating NOx in gas combustion,I want to calculate thermal,prompt,N2O and reburning model, as you know, a lots of reaction rates have been used,Could you introduct a nice reference paper to me? or if your working is NOx simulation,could you like to discuss to me ?
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Old   July 6, 2001, 12:50
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If by gas you mean natural gas, you might want to look at the GRI mechanism, which is widely used. I don't remember the URL, but UC-Berkeley has a Web site with complete details of this model. Just search on "GRI mechanism" with your favorite search engine and you should find it easily.
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