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Old   August 10, 2015, 09:00
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Hi,

I want to simulate a bubble column. In this case, the gas phase is absorbed by the liquid phase and there is a reaction in the liquid phase. I'm going to use OpenFOAM. I want to combine the twoPhaseEulerFoam and reactingFoam.

Is there anyone who has any better Idea?

what is the term of + fvOptions(rho, Yi) in the YEqn.H of reactingFoam?

Thanks in advance.
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Hi,

I want to simulate a bubble column. In this case, the gas phase is absorbed by the liquid phase and there is a reaction in the liquid phase. I'm going to use OpenFOAM. I want to combine the twoPhaseEulerFoam and reactingFoam.

Is there anyone who has any better Idea?

what is the term of + fvOptions(rho, Yi) in the YEqn.H of reactingFoam?

Thanks in advance.
fvOptions is used for porous, MRF, etc. if you dont need body force. Just comment it or delete it. This is the quickest way. Otherwise, just copy it into your solver, and add fvOptions.constrain().....all these things into your solver. And include the header..
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fvOptions is used for porous, MRF, etc. if you dont need body force. Just comment it or delete it. This is the quickest way. Otherwise, just copy it into your solver, and add fvOptions.constrain().....all these things into your solver. And include the header..
Hi Dongyu,
Thanks for your reply, it's very helpful for me.

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