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Old   October 22, 2023, 10:59
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Originally Posted by OMN View Post

I have also the same problem. I model a release of methane in a mixture of O2 and N2. I have kept the reactingMixture in the thermophysicalProperties dictionary, and I turn off reactions. But I end up with Janaf errors, where the temperature gets outside the range of the table. Does someone want to help?


Have you solved it yet?
I have also the same problem.
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