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Combustion chamber design of an animal carcasses incinerator

Combustion chamber design of an animal carcasses incinerator

Combustion chamber design of an animal carcasses incinerator

Hello guys, it´s a pleasure for me to be part of this big community

I´m working on the design of an incinerator and now I just have the 3d model of the concept idea. I know the materials used in the combustion chamber, I know the type and characteristics of the fuel is going to be used (biogas), and I know the main features of the burners like calorific power, fuel flow, etc. The organic material that is going to be incinerated is pork carcasses.
I would like some kind of help/tips about how could I know the average temperature that is going to be reached inside the combustión chamber and the time it takes. So, if you can recommend me some software I can use to make a simulation or, If it's possible by theory and calculus to know that, what kind of topics of thermodynamics and materials I have to consult.

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