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Old   February 3, 2005, 05:17
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I am trying to do species transport model in a cylinder in which reactions is taking place. I 'm sending coal at inlet and air at bottom and am producing gas at outlet . I have written reactions which is assumed to take place inside this model. I want to calculate co,co2,h2,n2,o2,h20 at outlet. I have added species c0,c02,h2,n2,o2,h20 and inert. Even after 1000 iterations i find that inert remains 99% it seems no reaction is taking place. I have checked all boundary condition. Any body could help to solve the problem so that reaction could take place.

regards, soundar
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Old   February 3, 2005, 14:13
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Allan Walsh
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Are reactions turned on in reaction panel?

Are you using kinetics for reaction rates? Rates reasonable? If so, you'll need some means (i.e. temperature) to get things going.

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