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Old   October 10, 2016, 09:44
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Hi all!
I have the next problem,
I have to simulate thermochemical heat storage based on Zeolite. The process is based on reversible adsorption-desorption reaction (moisture from air flowing through the particles of the porous Zeolite), which are exo-/endothermic. The problem is, that due to small experience in Fluent and absolute no experience in UDF writing, the only thing that I am able to do is a simulation of heat distribution in the reactor body. From the info in web, it looks like the only opportunity to simulate non-isothermal adsorption is to write own UDF, which have to represent selected Mathematical model.

Now the question: is there any opportunity to complete my task without UDF? Iíve found some Math. models which are suitable to my problem, but it seems to be impossible for me to create a UDF in the available time frame. Or may be someone can share with me some fitted to my problem example of UDF code?

I will be very appreciative for any help or advice.

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