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Old   November 15, 2005, 07:04
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I am wondering if anyone has problems when using XiFoam for a fully premixed flow field. Specfically, when small pieces ofunburnt gas break away from the flame front and 'float' into the burnt region, does anyone have problems with these pieces of unburnt mixture NOT burning at the correct rate, particularly when the unburnt mixture in the floating blob becomes small (of the order of the cell size)? If not, does anyone know if XiFoam does something clever to prevent this?

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