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Old   March 21, 2006, 09:36
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Hello everybody!

I'm a French student in training period (for 5 months!). I try to modelize a multiphase reaction with Fluent : thermal methane splitting. It means that methane (gaz) becomes carbon black (solid) and hydrogen (gaz).

Is there anybody who can help because I don't know how to do that... After iterations, there is no solid...

Thanks. ;-)
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