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Old   September 30, 2009, 10:15
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Is there a way in Fluent to specify a boundary condition that is a
reactive surface, and to specify a flux there.

I would like to do this as opposed to making a "reacting flow"
problem.


Thank you in advance for your assitance.


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Has anyone done this, or just reactive flows?
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