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Old   October 31, 2007, 16:19
Default Modeling well-mixed reactors (CSTR) with Fluent
Pirooz Darabi
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Hi Everyone,

Does any body have any idea how one can model a well-mixed reactor in Fluent? At the present time I am only interested in particulate processes inside the reactor and want to neglect spatial phenomena inside!

Thank you, Pirooz
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Old   October 31, 2007, 20:19
Default Re: Modeling well-mixed reactors (CSTR) with Fluen
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Well, you could use one cell with the Compostion PDF Transport model. Actually this is a Partially-Stirred Reactor, but if the turbulence is high enough, it approaches a CSTR...
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