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Old   January 16, 2009, 18:23
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Hi there

I was wondering if somebody has experience with OpneFoam in free radical polymerization porblem which is a reacting turbulent flow (exothermic reactions in tubular reactors) and implementation of the Method of Moments.

thanks for your feedback,
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Old   August 15, 2011, 12:32
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Hey Ali. I'm dealing with polymerization reaction using CFD (Fluent). I use UDFs for the reactions sources and UDS for the moments. But still working hard to obtain good results.
What about you? are you still working on this? I'd appreciate any helpful information on how to deal with polymerization using CFD.
Thank you!
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