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Old   May 29, 2009, 09:38
Default Species transport wall surface rxn
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We are trying to model a surface reaction that is not characterized by a heat of surface reaction or a mass deposition reaction and these are the only wall surface reaction options that appear in fluent. I have tried to include the reaction but fluent keeps displaying that there is a mass inbalance in the reaction stoichiometry when I create my own material. We would like to include photocatalysis on the surfaces of our model is there any way to do this in fluent? Any help you can offer would be great thanks!
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