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Old   December 10, 2005, 21:49
Default what's the unit of surface-reaction?
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What's the unit of surface-reaction in FLUENT?

if the reaction's order is zero, I think the unit of surface-reaction should be uniform with the pre-exponential factor of arrhenius rate. right or not? and what is the unit?

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