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Old   February 22, 2010, 23:00
Default Laminar coflow mass diffusion/reaction liquid phase
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Hello all,
I am looking for documentation (articles, tutorials, etc.) regarding modeling two streams with laminar diffusion mixing/reaction for liquid phases (i.e. aqueous mixtures). Fluent has tutorials for combustion only (gas phase) (to the best of my knowledge).
Also, I am not sure where to find reliable thermokinetic constants for the reaction inputs. Even for reactions like NaOH + HCl > H2O + NaCl.
I would appreciate any help regarding modeling or ideas on where to find related documents.
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