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Old   May 12, 2020, 10:34
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Hi, I am trying to solve a 2D simulation of an annular burner using reactingFoam for product fractions and temperature rise. I am using fuel as methane. I have a question regarding the Temperature when I set the internal field of temperature ( in 0 folder) at high value of 2000K, the end result in paraFoam gives a maximum value of 2000K.

So if I set that at 1000K, the maximum temperature in paraFoam will be around 1000K. But it should rise at least up to 1800 K since I am running lean.

And the stoichiometric flame adiabatic temperature is around 2236K.

There should be some temperature variation due to combustion and not just due to the difference in temperature of reactants and in the internal field. Any thoughts on the same will be a great help.
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