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Old   May 25, 2024, 11:01
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Hi everyone,

I am working on my project and I am using a UDF file that contains coke oxidation code. I am not really sure we are using the UDF, I am assuming that the UDF are used to model the diffusion and the kinetics of oxygen reaction with coke on spent catalyst.

I am having couple of questions

1- can I ignore the UDF and just use the built in function of coke oxidation kinetics considerng diffusion constant.

2- The Current UDF just contains C+O2=CO. I am trying to complete combustion and the CO/CO2 relationship with respect of Temperature. However I don't know how to do this because I don't know how to create the UDF.

3- I don't know how the Ansys read the UDF (:

I will be sharing the UdF Below:
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