|April 24, 2007, 10:36||
hypothetical reaction (multiphase/eulerian model)
I am using Eulerian/Granular model to simulate a gas-solid flow in certain type of reactor (fluidized). I want to incorporate the species transport model to study the gas-solid "contact time" behaviour.
The obvious choice will be to perform a simple gas-solid reaction and analyze the product stream (of the reaction) at the outlet of the reactor. I was wondering if it is possible to "create" some simple hypothetical reaction say A (air) + B (solid) = C
by giving simple reaction rates etc by means of species transport model.
Please do share your views if you have any other strategy..!
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