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Old   November 22, 2016, 10:00
Default How to specify to the reaction by UDF?
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Dear everyone!
I am writing udf code for 2step-reaction of methane-air. When I compiled, the FLuent announced the parse error at line 18 (if (STREQ(0)) . It means that I used the wrong command to specify the first reaction.
I'd like to post my udf code as below.
Would you please teach me how to write a command to specify to the reaction?
I am very thankful to you so much!

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#include "udf.h"
DEFINE_VR_RATE(vol_reac_rate, c, domain, r, mw, yi, rate,rr)
{
Thread *c_thread;

real cCH4,cO2,cCO,cCO2,cH2O;
thread_loop_c(c_thread, domain)
{

/* Calculate Arrhenius reaction rate */

begin_c_loop(c,c_thread)
{

/* specify 1st step: CH4+3/2O2=CO+2H2O */
if (STREQ(0))
{
cCH4 = C_R(c,c_thread) * C_YI(c,c_thread,0) / mw[0];
cO2 = C_R(c,c_thread) * C_YI(c,c_thread,1) / mw[1];
*rate = 2.8e9* exp( - 2.025e8/ (8314.459848 * C_T(c,c_thread))) * pow(cCH4,-0.3) *pow(cO2,1.3);
*rr = *rate;
}
/* specify 2nd step: CO+1/2O2=CO2 */
else (STREQ(1))
{
cO2 = C_R(c,c_thread) * C_YI(c,c_thread,1) / mw[1];
cCO = C_R(c,c_thread) * C_YI(c,c_thread,2) / mw[2];
cH2O = C_R(c,c_thread) * C_YI(c,c_thread,3) / mw[3];
*rate = 2.23e12* exp( - 1.67e8/ (8314.459848 * C_T(c,c_thread))) *cCO* pow(cH2O,0.5) *pow(cO2,0.25);
*rr = *rate;
}
}
end_c_loop(c,c_thread)
}
}

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Old   October 7, 2019, 18:25
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hello dear
I would to ask you if your problem solved or not yet

thank you
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Not Yet!
If anyone knows the solution, please help us!

Sincerely,
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Hello
Have your code problem been solved?
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Hello everyone!

I found the solution to this problem.

1. To define the multi-reactions in fluent by UDF. I follow the structure of UDF codes, as presented in this site: http://jullio.pe.kr/fluent6.1/help/html/udf/node80.htm

2. You build the code and hook the macro.

3. You also define multi-reactions for the model of fuel-oxidizer
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Hello everyone!

I found the solution to this problem.

1. To define the multi-reactions in fluent by UDF. I follow the structure of UDF codes, as presented in this site: http://jullio.pe.kr/fluent6.1/help/html/udf/node80.htm

2. You build the code and hook the macro.

3. You also define multi-reactions for the model of fuel-oxidizer
Thanks for your kind response.
May I know where or what caused issue in your code?
Or May I ask you to shear the corrected above UDF with us?

I really appreciate your help
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Thanks for your kind response.
May I know where or what caused issue in your code?
Or May I ask you to shear the corrected above UDF with us?

I really appreciate your help

Thank you for your interest!

Please check the inbox!
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Thank you for your interest!

Please check the inbox!
hello bro, can you sent me too, I still having problems with this

thanks in advance
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Hello everyone!

I found the solution to this problem.

1. To define the multi-reactions in fluent by UDF. I follow the structure of UDF codes, as presented in this site: http://jullio.pe.kr/fluent6.1/help/html/udf/node80.htm

2. You build the code and hook the macro.

3. You also define multi-reactions for the model of fuel-oxidizer
would yo ulike to share with me above three procedures?
Thanks in advance.
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Hello everyone!

I found the solution to this problem.

1. To define the multi-reactions in fluent by UDF. I follow the structure of UDF codes, as presented in this site: http://jullio.pe.kr/fluent6.1/help/html/udf/node80.htm

2. You build the code and hook the macro.

3. You also define multi-reactions for the model of fuel-oxidizer
Can you please tell me what is the step by step way to use the above link.
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Hello Sir,
I am trying to write a code for Steam Methane Reaction.
It would be very much helpful, if you could share me your code.
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