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Old   January 22, 2013, 14:58
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Hi,

I am simulating a chemical reaction using CFX. The reaction rate will be defined via an expression that involves different Paramater. Two of them are the dynamic viscosity and the local Reynoldsnumber (which involves the local velocity). If I define the reaction cfx solver tells me that I can not have a leocity and viscosity dependent reaction rate. I do not understand the reason why this should be a limitation. Anybody an idea whats the reason or how to fix it (maybe by expert parameter)?
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