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Old   July 15, 2009, 10:44
Default Is it possible to model this in CFX11.0?
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Hi everyone,

I'd like to do a simulation with the following material. The ammonia water is filled in a tank connected with a small wind tunnel, see in attachment. The air is supplied from left of the wind tunnel and exhausted from the right, and then ammonia gas will emit from the ammonia water surface. So in this case, it includes gas (air and ammonia) and liquid (ammonia water and two other material, which will react with ammonium) which is a multihpase problem. There is two-direction chemical reaction in the liquid. I read tutorial and I know the reaction can be modelled with appropriate settings. BUT is it possible to model the multiphase model with chemical reaction at the same time in CFX 11.0?

It is the first time to model this kind of simulations. I do appreciate your comments. Thank you very much.

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Li
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