The use of models to study problems encountered in the design of commercial and industrial combustion equipment is less well known than the use of their counterparts for aeronautical, hydraulic, erosion, and similar studies. The basic assumptions upon which cold-flow modeling of combustion systems is carried out, the application of modeling to various combustion problems, and the type of results that should be expected from the application of modeling techniques are discussed.

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