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Old   November 2, 2007, 02:52
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I am modelling the catalytic converter and the reduction mechanism involved therein. I want the experts here to guide me where to start with, the modellin of the surface reaction in Fluent. I have noticed certain issues with it:

i) How to specifiy the porous jump condition ? ii)Generally the monolith core material is made up of Platinum-Rhodium. Hence my doubt is how to specify the properties of the materials which is not available in the fluent data-base.

iii) how to incorporate the surface reaction of Pt-Rh and CH4 I am using Fluent 6.2
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Old   July 2, 2012, 07:40
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i have the same problem!! please help me
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