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Old   March 17, 2006, 17:31
Default heat release by surface reaction on walls
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Marie-Anne
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Hi,

I am confused about which boundary conditions to choose for the wall where a surface reaction that releases heat takes place. If I choose constant temperature, then the fact that the wall should be heated is lost. If I choose zero heat flux, then it heats too much because it is considered as adiabatic. Thanks for any advice or previous experience on that.

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