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Old   January 24, 2019, 11:39
Default Kind of solver for Urea Injection with thermal exchange
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Hi everybody!

I would like to receive your valuable opinion! As part of a Uni assignment, our professor asked us to simulate a simple circular duct with Urea injection (basically NH3) while accounting for Thermal Exchange of the duct with the environment.

The chemical process does not really matter as we just need to focus about the injection of the Urea as particles and the subsequent evaporation, together with conduction, convection and irradiation.

What kind of solver should I use? I'm a bit confused

Thanks a lot!
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