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Old   January 9, 2011, 07:11
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I am new to Phoenics.

I want to perform 2D and 3D CFD analysis of afterburner in dry (cold) and wet (hot) conditions.

I have afterburner inlet conditions and modeled three vee-gutters.

How to perform combustion in afterburner using Phoenics?

How can I calculate species?

How can I put the fuel in?


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