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Old   December 16, 2015, 08:25
Default solidProperties in reactingParcelFoam
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I want to use the reactingParcelFoam solver and have a question regarding the differnt options when assigning properties to my lagrangian particles. In reactingCloudProperties and thermophysicalProperties I can assign solid propterties to my particle. Actually I can choose between C and ash. However, for me it is not clear what is the actual difference between those different material choices. Can anybody give me a hint what stands behind this setting.

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