A low temperature furnace (LTF) also known as a tar removal furnace is composed of electrically heated multi-zone slots. Appropriate ventilation of the off-gas emitted from the PAN precursor during carbonization is important for high quality carbon fiber manufacturing. Typically, tar evolved by poor ventilation in the corners and in the top and bottom walls of a furnace deteriorates the quality of the carbon fiber tows. Therefore, there is a need for a CFD model involving a realistic off-gas emission rate in a LTF with multiple moving tows. The objectives of this project are as follows:
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