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Old   January 26, 2016, 00:12
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Hi, I have a DPM simulation where I inject 'combusting' type of particles. I have enabled surface reaction for the species left after devolatilization. The injecting particle is urea. I want to include particle surface reaction for urea particles. I tried in several ways. Added urea solid to the mixture material. Then defined particle surface reaction through the species transport dialogue box.
But the reaction is not taking place. The products of the particle surface reaction never appears.
Please help me though this problem
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