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Numerical Study of Turbulent Flame in an Enclosed Chamber

09/10/2011 2:58 PM

sir/madam, i am gurumurthy doing mtech on thermal power engineering and i have selected turbulent flame in an enclosed chamber as the academic project, please help me to get more information on this topic

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Re: numerical study of turbulent flame in an enclosed chamber

09/10/2011 3:14 PM

Good for you.

It's great to hear that people are tackling truly challenging research projects for their academic projects. But this is supposed to be your project and not our project. You are the one supposed to be doing the research. Finding out how to do this research is part of the learning process. One bit of advice I will give you, don't dwell on using Wikipedia and Google for your searches. This will give you only the most cursory of information and a lot of useless to you advertisements. Instead you should use Google Scholar as a search engine to find pertinent academic publications. You will likely have to use your school's library portal to obtain many of these articles without paying an additional fee to read more than just the summary.

Good Luck and Good Hunting.

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Re: numerical study of turbulent flame in an enclosed chamber

09/10/2011 3:32 PM

thank you sir

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