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Old   November 19, 2008, 11:43
Default Can I define mutistep reaction mechanisms by CFX?
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Lixian
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I am simulating Pt catalysed H2/air combustion. I chose a 13 steps reaction mechanism and defined the 13 reactions in a .ccl document, including pre-exponential tem, tem. exponent and activation energy. Then I improted the .ccl document to CFX, and it can recogenize the reactions. But I am not sure whether this is possible to define the mechanism with ccl. Or I have to use Chemkin or other softwares to simulate the reaction?
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