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Old   July 30, 2003, 14:14
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Hi all !

I am using FLUENT to simulate a propane/air flame impingement process.

At the moment I'm trying to include soot formation to improve the radiation predictions.

Does anyone know about the settings for the Tesna, 2-step soot model ? There is too little information on the manual and the tutorials refer to combustion of coal.

thanks for your time

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