I don't think you're doing anything wrong as such. The first hydrogen inlet triggers a reaction with the oxygen supply. That gives a very high temperature reason, and may or may not use up a large amount of oxygen. You then get an unstable flame in the system. Without knowing what the other settings (inlet, material density etc) I can't really guess what's going on, but suspect the model is OK, but possibly missing something when compared to reality.
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