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Old   February 23, 2012, 04:33
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Dear All,

I am simulation a combustion of material with oxygen. The reaction involves several species around 35 species. I know from the literature that reaction is fast and reaches equilibirum.

I am using FLUENT to model I can use mixture fraction based non premixed combustion model for equlibirum combustion. But I do not want to use mixture fraction combustion model. I would like to know whether I can use laminar finite rate model to simulation equlibirum combustion. I do not have values of arrhenius reaction rate and other paramters.

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