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Old   February 28, 2024, 05:42
Default Premixed vs non premixed combustion in OpenFOAM
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Could anyone kindly explain the approach to be taken when modelling premixed and non premixed combustion using OpenFOAM. Can reactingFoam be used as solver in both cases ?
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The premixed case can also be modeled using XiFoam. Examples https://develop.openfoam.com/committ.../XiFoam/DLRCJH

Possibly we need further description to advice further.
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