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Old   May 20, 2011, 03:40
Default reactingFoam "mixed=burnt" in chemkin-File?
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I try to simulate a biomass-combustion with the reactingFoam-solver.
The chemical reaction mechanism contains 3 reactions. CH4-Oxidation, H2-Oxidation and CO-Oxidation. I want the CH4- and H2-Oxidation to be mixing-controlled (mixed=burnt), but in the chemkin-File I have to specify the reaction rate with the factors from the Arrhenius-approach. My question is now, how can I specify an infinetly fast reaction in a chemkin-File?
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