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Hi, everyone.

I have a problem about an autothermal reactor of natural gas conversion. The reactor mainly contains two parts: a combustion chamber(with nothing in it ) and a catalytic bed (filled with catalyst).

Now, the problem is, could I set different reaction models for this two parts in FLUENT? I'm planning to use PDF combustion model in combustion chamber, and employ the surface reaction model in catalytic bed.

Would you kindly tell me, could this plan carry out in FLUENT? If it could work, how to make it?

Thanks a lot!
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