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Old   January 14, 1999, 19:25
Default FLUENT Reactions problem
K. Alageel
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I am doing FLUENT study. I have a problem and need any suggestion for this problem: Is it possible to define reactions involving a third body which does not participate chemically in the reactions? For example: A + B + M ===> C + D + M, (where M: appears on both sides of equation but must have a + or - designation).
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Old   January 15, 1999, 19:44
Default Re: FLUENT Reactions problem
Sung-Eun Kim
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If you're using FLUENT Version 5, you can include third-body effects. You can activate it by clicking on the "Third-Body Effects" botton in "Reaction" panel.
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Old   February 17, 2013, 12:40
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i wounder do i need to put the third body M in the reactants and the products of the chemical reaction or it is enough to mark on the third body efficency box
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