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Old   June 19, 2017, 06:57
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Mankaran Dhiman
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Hello Everybody,
I am new to CFD and Openfoam and I want to ask you guys how to perform cfd analysis for biomass combustion inside a combustion chamber in Openfoam? Under species, what combustion models to choose and how to implement biomass empirical formula and reactions into the solver? I have gone through a couple of material online but couldn't find a right-on-the-spot method for my case. Should I be using the standard k epsilon turbulence model or something else? What are the parameters that I need to input into the solver? Please help!!!!

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