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Old   September 29, 2022, 06:21
Default Immobilized catalyst layer in a photocatalytic reactor
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Dear All,
I am a beginner in Ansys-Fluent.
I would like to ask your help since I can not proceed further.

I am trying to simulate the reacting flow and the reactions in a photocatalytic reactor with immobilized catalyst layer.

I have defined the catalyst as a solid (within the Materials Section) and I have thought to define the catalyst layer as one of the walls (since the catalyst layer is deposited at one of the walls of the reactor)
(1) Is it a feasible option to define the catalyst layer as wall?

(2) Should I define the catalyst layer as a fluid (instead of solid) and also as secondary phase in order to be able to define the photocatalytic reactions?

Thank you very much in advance your responses! Have a nice day!
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