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Old   October 31, 2007, 00:24
Default Liquid chemistry in porous media with electricity
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I want to do a numerical modelling for liquid phase with chemical reaction. The chemical reaction is mainly at the porous media and produces electricity. Is it possible in Fluent to develop a model with liquid chemistry and elctricity in porous media? I have tried another commercial software but unable to do. The limitation is liquid chemistry in porous media and adding source terms for electric potential equation.

I will be very glad if you can tell me the possibilities and difficulties to develop a model for above conditions in Fluent and also your advices.



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