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Old   April 12, 2019, 08:04
Default Laminar Premixed Flames of CH4/Air with HFB.
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I attached the results of this two simulations of the CH4/Air laminar premixed flame in an Heat Flux Burner
1) Without reactionsGRI
2) With reactionsGRI
I drop others initial and boundary conditions, because it is not important for this purpose.
Someone can said me, why in the second case the flame seems quenching? Either cases are at the same conditions.
Thank u so much for your attention.
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