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Default Multiphase reactive flows in Porous media
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Hi All,

I am trying to model H2O2 decompositon using silver catalyst. H2O2 is injected in liquid phase and as it reaches catalyst bed it decomposes into water and oxygen, since this reaction is exothermic the resultant phase of product is gaseous. Most of the modelling is done assuming h2o2 as gas and not liquid which requires multiphase flow. Catalyst bed can be modelled as a porous media and we can model reactive flow in porous media, Reactive floes in porous media.
To model this decompostion in the catalytic bed I want to know if anyone has achieved success in modelling
Multiphase, Reactice flow in Porous media?
What are the difficulties one will be facing in such simulations?
Can this be modelled in openFOAM or any other solver?

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