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Old   August 2, 2011, 06:44
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Hello OpenFoamers,

I'm trying to implement steady state surface reactions. How should I go about solving this?
Afaik there is no appropriate solver for this problem. Which could be modified to solve this problem?

Is there any possibility to connect OpenFoam to Cantera or another Software to solve this?

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Old   January 11, 2013, 20:36
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Hello there,

I just started using openFOAM and wanted to simulate a similar type of reactor involving gas and surface phase reactions. Since you started the this thread, I wanted to ask you if you had any success with this type of application. If possible, could you share some thoughts? I would really appreciate it.

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