|April 18, 2012, 09:55||
Chemical Reaction and Porous Beds
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I'm looking into different software vendors to try to accomplish some coupled heat transfer/CFD analysis with chemical reactions. I have a reacting flame (burning CO, hydrogen, some methane) heating tubes of a bed packed with a catalyst. I have the full equations for all of the reactions taking place in the flame and the packed bed. This is essentially a hydrocarbon reformer. Is this something that OpenFOAM would be able to simulate with relative ease, or would I be looking at creating a lot of my own solvers?
Thanks for all of your help.
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