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gooya_kabir September 26, 2013 08:14

Implement a B.C. as a Surface Reaction
 
Hi,

I'm working on surface chemistry and I want to implement a chemical reaction on the surface. I think it's possible to use boundary condition as a source or sink term.
first of all, which boundary condition is used (or is closest) as a source or sink term? (inletoutlet ??)
and also it's possible to define a chemical reaction on the boundary condition?

Thank you for your valuable comments.

m5m5kh September 26, 2013 10:25

Hi dear Gooya
I search for the same problem
Iron direct reduction process on a iron pellet.
some one suggest me this site,however, I faced a problem in implementation of the solver

http://www.catalyticfoam.polimi.it/

I think it might be relevant to your case of study
cheers
Mohsen

if you

Quote:

Originally Posted by gooya_kabir (Post 453699)
Hi,

I'm working on surface chemistry and I want to implement a chemical reaction on the surface. I think it's possible to use boundary condition as a source or sink term.
first of all, which boundary condition is used (or is closest) as a source or sink term? (inletoutlet ??)
and also it's possible to define a chemical reaction on the boundary condition?

Thank you for your valuable comments.


gooya_kabir September 26, 2013 13:16

Hi Mohsen,

I saw this site but it does not seems applicable!!! Although I will go through it.

Thanks
Quote:

Originally Posted by m5m5kh (Post 453732)
Hi dear Gooya
I search for the same problem
Iron direct reduction process on a iron pellet.
some one suggest me this site,however, I faced a problem in implementation of the solver

http://www.catalyticfoam.polimi.it/

I think it might be relevant to your case of study
cheers
Mohsen

if you


matthi February 12, 2014 11:20

Solver for OpenFOAM with Catalysis
 
Hello Everybody,

you can find also an OpenFOAM solver which makes use of the software toolbox DETCHEM. The properties, gasphase reactions and surface reactions are taken from a shared library. For academic use this code is free, for industrial use you have to buy a part of the DETCHEM software. You find information at www.detchem.com. Click on Software on the left side and have a look to the entry "DC4OpenFOAM" in the product list.

Greetings matthi


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