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Old   April 26, 2023, 13:48
Default Fire and Smoke Wizard, dimensions of fire volume?
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I've been using the Fire and smoke Wizard addon. The tutorial comes with experimental data validation on the temperature and velocities further away from the fire. But how do I know the fire is correct when creating a simulation from scratch? The temperature greatly changes depending on the fire volume region since max HRR will be achieved no matter the fire region size. Is there a recommended height for the fire volume region?
Does someone happen to have a way to calculate the HRR input into HRR/mē?
Perhaps a study of Fire Dynamics Simulator and Star-ccm+ fire comparison?

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