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Old   July 25, 2014, 12:41
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I am running a model with air dissocation reactions. I am currently running laminar flow (though at Mach 7.1 it will not be laminar) and am having the issue that when I enable reactions the Courant number drops suddenly. I am able to run the simulations with species transport enabled.

My set-up is as follows:

Density Based
Inlet Diffusion
Laminar-Finite Rate reactions
5 Species gas model
Solution steering - hypersonic (no FMG initialization)

If more details are needed, I can provide them.

I appreciate the help.
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