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Old   July 11, 2009, 15:59
Default thermophysical properties of two different gases
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I want to simulate supersonic flow (Air) over a flat surface with He gas injected from flat surface in normal direction.I want to use sonicTurbFoam.Is it possible to solve this problem by this solver.....if yes then how i can use/read thermophysical properties of air and He together ?
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I have a similar problem. i have a super sonic flow in a combustion chamber of a scramjet and i want to inject H2 into the Chamber.
i am using sonicFoam for the flow. I think u can handle two gases with reactingFoam, but i don't know how to accomplish it.
maybe you have some results already

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