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Old   September 9, 2021, 18:37
Default Help modeling coal combustion in plasma flame
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Hi all, I am trying to develop a modeling scheme for an experimental plasma gasification reactor. Unfortunately I do not have much background in programming and creating a UDF. I need a UDF in order to model the chemistry correctly within the reactor. Does anyone have any experience doing this or knows how to create this that can help me? The reactions that I need in the UDF for are as follows:

C(s)+O2->CO

C(s)+CO2->2CO

C(s)+H2O->H2+CO

C(s)+2H2->CH4

I also need help with defining C(s) [char] term in the solid phase. Any help on this would be enormously appreciated!!
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