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Old   July 28, 2010, 10:16
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I would like to model chemical reaction and subseqent diffusion of co2 for a limestone particle in FLUENT. I could define the partcle as a lime stone. But I am not sure how to define a decomposition reaction for the same.

I activated the species transport under species model panel. Under mixture material drop down, I can not see limestone as one of the material. Here i can see only combusion mixture materials.

Could some one can advice me, how I can progress on this???
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