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Old   July 3, 2012, 03:07
Default Soot/radiation model in FireFOAM
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Morning everyone.

I am wondering if anyone here is also interested in the fireFoam solver in OpenFOAM. In the latest version, the soot/radiation sub-model has been coupled in. I want to figure out how it works after taking soot into consideration. But when I installed the fireFoam 1.7_0.4 and looked into the greyMeanAbsorptionemissionSoot.C file, it was almost the same to the original radiation model in the former verion named greyMeanAbsorptionEmission.C. Can someone give me some tips on it.

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Old   July 31, 2012, 22:41
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I share the same interest too, the fireFoam solver looks very versatile, but it has been hard to learn all its capabilities.
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