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Old   July 30, 2007, 08:48
Default How can I implement multistep reactions in CFX?
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I found some reduced multiple-step reactions for methane-air mixture. And I want to import it into CFX. But I do not know how can I achieve it.

Does anyone can help me?

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Old   July 30, 2007, 12:14
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Dear Harry,

Have you looked at how ANSYS CFX does the multiple step reactions? Try using one of the provided mechanisms work, and copy/paste from there.

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Old   July 31, 2007, 09:20
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Thanks, Opaque

I find several reaction mechanisms in CFX installation folder. Without NO formation, there are:

Methane Air WD1--one step;

Methane Air WD2--two steps;

Methane Air WGS--five steps;

Methane Air FLL STP

Right? Is there any limitation when using them?

If I have a reaction model, with several species and several reactions, how can I use it in CFX?

Thank you!

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Old   July 31, 2007, 10:58
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Dear Harry,

There is no chemical reaction import mechanism in CFX; therefore, you must type the CCL using the supplied mechanism as a template.

Look into your CFX installation directory for the file

etc/reactions-extra/REACTIONS-standard.ccl

The syntax of how to write your own mechanism is described.

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