|July 7, 2009, 10:17||
Adsorption modeling with OpenFOAM ?
Join Date: Jul 2009
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This is my first post here.
I am currently working on adsorption modelling with FLUENT and i wonder if there would be any kind of limitations or restrictions to do it with OpenFOAM.
Here is a short explanation of the problem :
My geometry is 2D axisymmetric with multiple porous zones and non porous zones. The flow is assumed to be laminar inside porous media and turbulent outside.
Inside porous beds, i need to model evolutions equations for new variables and to include sources terms on continuity, species transport and energy equations.
If anyone had to handle with similar problems using OpenFOAM ( adsorption, mass transfer..etc), please let me know.
Thanks a lot,
|August 9, 2013, 07:50||
Join Date: Aug 2013
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did you make any progress in your mentioned project?
I m working at university on a very similiar project and i m a openfoam newbie, therefore i really don't know where i should start to create such a solver.
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