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Old   July 11, 2011, 18:00
Default Ignition point in reactingFoam?
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Hi, I trying to simulate a non premixed flame (diffusive flame) in openFoam, first I try with fireFoam but I not understand very well this solver, then I decided to use reactingFoam, I made several tests with ignition by autoignition, now I want to make a case with a piloted ignition but I am not sure if using reactingFoam is possible to define an ignition point like in XiFoam, If any one know how I can do it, I was very thankful with some advice.


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