|May 24, 2013, 22:19||
Dilute species rxn
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I have a case of modelling a dilute species decomposition rxn in a heated tube reactor. The carrier gas is helium and constitutes 99.9% mole fraction of the incoming gas while the specie is the rest and can be called A. Under heating, reaction A -> B + C will happen. I want to use species transport + volume rxn to solve the problem.
My question is: when I define the mixture, should I define the list as:
Should helium be one of the specie?
|May 26, 2013, 00:41||
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