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Old   July 7, 2019, 19:04
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Hi,


I am attempting to model spontaneous ignition of a premixed gas mixture as it travels through a domain with hot surfaces.


When the gas enters it about 30 deg Celsius. The hot surfaces should be the source of ignition.

The gas consists of CO2, CH4, N2 and O2


I have looked at the forums and could not find anything on ignition from hot surfaces, so the question follows:



What would be the best solver for this problem?



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