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Old   September 26, 2013, 07:14
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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.
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Old   September 26, 2013, 09:25
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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
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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.
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Old   September 26, 2013, 12:16
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Hi Mohsen,

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

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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
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Old   February 12, 2014, 11:20
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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.

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