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mahesh July 10, 2007 14:29

defining a mixture.........
 
Hello. I am working on a fuel cell project. The input is a mixture of methane and steam. There is something called a reforming reaction and water gas shift reaction taking place there. That means there are 7 species coming in my model - ch4, co, co2, h20, h2, n2, o2. How can I define a mixture containing all these species. Currently i was using a ch4-air-2-step mixture, but it does not have hydrogen,. So please help me guys. Please.....

Arpit July 10, 2007 15:50

Re: defining a mixture.........
 
hey....

You can go to the materials panel...Add H2 as a fluid and then in there select mixture. Then go to the names tab, click edit and then you can add H2 :) Also one can remove any species tht is not required...

Hope this works.. Please let me know if this works :)

Arpit


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