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mixture of CH4 and H2 with different percentages.

mixture of CH4 and H2 with different percentages.

(OP)
Hello
 I work currently on KIVA-3V My problem  is that I want to introduce in the program a mixture of CH4 and H2 with different percentages. How I make to do that.

RE: mixture of CH4 and H2 with different percentages.

You have to implement an additional transport equation for the second fuel. Then you have to define the mass fraction of your ch4 and h2 as it is already done for the air components in itape5.
I can't see another possibility for your problem.

Maybe you can use one of the already available transport functions as a first try.

Regards,
Ulf

RE: mixture of CH4 and H2 with different percentages.

(OP)
I thank you very very much for your message, and I was very happy for your best solution.  

regards

N .khatir

RE: mixture of CH4 and H2 with different percentages.

i've the same probleme if any one know how to make to introduce into kiva 3 a mixture of h2 and ch4 conatcte this page.

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