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Old   December 28, 1999, 13:20
Default Including heat of reaction in enthalpy
John McKelliget
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I am using Fluent 5.0 with the coupled solver and finite rate chemistry.

The manual states that the heat of reaction is included as a source term in the energy equation.

What I would like to do is include the heat of reaction in the definition of enthalpy - removing it from the energy source term. Is this possible? I know that this is the approach used with the PDF formulation, but PDF is only available for the segregated solver.

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