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Old   September 16, 2010, 05:56
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Hi all,

I am thinking about trying to write a UDF that will be able to incorporate deactivation kinetics for a catalys support, does anyone have any idea how i would go about this, because as far as i am aware, i dont think i can keep track of an extra parameter whose values changes over time and is dependent on things like temperature and concentration of other species.

It would vary as an additional ODE that might be coupled with temperature/species concentrations.

Is there any way i could bend the rules to make this happen?


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