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Old   June 24, 2009, 05:48
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I want to simulate the production of gas.

I have a porous material (fluid or solid) which is heating. In addiction of temperature (and temperature gradient) the material reacts and a particular volumen/mass of gas will be produced. It is possible to define a chemical reaktion which produce a component with gas phase or is there another solution to do this.

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is the gas generated from a simple phase change of the liquid? Or by a chemical reaction or any other more complex phenomena?
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