|October 18, 2010, 10:11||
Residence Time Distribution with Periodic Boundary Conditions
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I have a question for all of you!
Is it possible to obtain a residence time distribution (RTD) of a tubular reactor using periodic boundary conditions (PBC)??!!
I'm determining the RTD with the tracer method, injecting a step of a non-diffusive tracer into the computational domain. The change of the tracer concentration, both in time and space, provides the RTD.
Now, I want to reduce the domain length (resulting to a substantial reduction of the required computational power and time) using PBC. But I do not know how to obtain the RTD using PBC!!
Thank you for your helping hand.
Last edited by sanjose; October 19, 2010 at 15:36.
|September 7, 2016, 04:13||
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how can i do this?
"I'm determining the RTD with the tracer method, injecting a step of a non-diffusive tracer into the computational domain. The change of the tracer concentration, both in time and space, provides the RTD."
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