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Old   April 5, 2011, 09:17
Default Constant pressure or constant volume combustion
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I would to know if combustion occurs at constant pressure in ReactingFoam? I'm confused looking at the code, I don't understand the logical sequence in this model.

0(internalField: p0,T)0 -> reactions(therm_dat.chemkin.inp):Yi,Ti,hs -> GasPerfect: psi=1/RT -> basicPsiThermo(p const):rho=p*psi -> hmix=f(hs,psi) -> then how updates p at next time step...solving p equation????

which is the difference with rhoReactiongFoam?

Please help me!Thanks
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