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Old   July 10, 2007, 14:29
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Hello. I am working on a fuel cell project. The input is a mixture of methane and steam. There is something called a reforming reaction and water gas shift reaction taking place there. That means there are 7 species coming in my model - ch4, co, co2, h20, h2, n2, o2. How can I define a mixture containing all these species. Currently i was using a ch4-air-2-step mixture, but it does not have hydrogen,. So please help me guys. Please.....
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Old   July 10, 2007, 15:50
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You can go to the materials panel...Add H2 as a fluid and then in there select mixture. Then go to the names tab, click edit and then you can add H2 Also one can remove any species tht is not required...

Hope this works.. Please let me know if this works

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