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Old   August 20, 2003, 11:05
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Jason
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Process rate is diffusion controlled in bulk gas phase, i.e. the reaction rate of surface reaction is depending on the mass diffused into the surface. Currently I just use a very large surface reaction rate (set preexponent constant to a huge value). Is this the right way, or do you have other method? Thanks
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Old   August 20, 2003, 22:01
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Greg Perkins
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That sounds OK to me. Basically you are saying that there are no kinetic limitations and that its based on the mass flux due to diffusion through the boundary layer.

I often use such an approach for the oxidation reaction to trigger ignition in steady-state simulations.

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