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Old   September 7, 2009, 04:55
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I'm currently working on FLUENT for reaction as well as rheology modeling using the Composition PDF transport, and I've came across some problems. The thing is, the chemical that I want to model the reaction for is not available in the database. Recently, I've learned that CHEMKIN-CFD might also can be helpful in that aspect, any advices on that?

I've read in the FLUENT documentation that 3D Composition PDF simulations can take up lots of resources and are really difficult, but the system that I'm supposed to model in in 3D mesh form. Just wanted to ask if there is anyone out there who has a better experience in this. I'm in need of a quick solution, so any suggestion will do. Thanks a lot.
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