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Old   July 14, 2016, 13:37
Default Suitable for modelling reaction with kinetics?
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Hi All,

I am a new users to CFD and am currently doing research related to Dry Reforming of Methane. I have a student license of Autodesk CFD 2017 for 3 years and I am trying to study the aforementioned reactions by using Autodesk CFD.

Can anyone recommend me some source which could serve as a good guide because I have tried looking into different sources but doesn't seems to get much positive results and from the search that I got, I barely see any guide for Autodesk CFD that is related to reaction engineering.

It makes me wonder if Autodesk CFD is suitable for modelling related to reaction engineering.

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Old   December 21, 2016, 06:58
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It isn't really, this is a little out of scope
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