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Old   February 5, 2002, 21:00
Default Species Input Bug (chemical reacting flows)
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PattiMichelle
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Thanks for your help so far: I noticed that since species names are limited to 4 characters, I am running into problems. For instance, to save the mole fractions of HSO2, I need to specify MHOS2, which is rejected by the STORE(...,MHSO2,...) statement. Is there a workaround?
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Old   February 5, 2002, 21:02
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PattiMichelle
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(Is it bad form to answer one's own message?) I suppose I could create a new symbol for this species, then use it in the chemical reaction files (and the trandat and thermdat files). Is this a PHOENICS problem or only a VR-Editor problem?
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Old   February 7, 2002, 07:11
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Mike Malin
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I am not sure if there is a workaround, but as a maintained user you can send the q1 and mechanism file to support@cham.co.uk and I will investigate further.
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Old   February 12, 2002, 19:13
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Thanks, Mike!
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