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Old   July 10, 2018, 12:29
Default Implementing scalar reactioncoefficients as variables
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Hey CFD-Online community,
as this is my first post I want to say thanks for all the help I already extracted out of former posts


So here is my problem.

I got an algorythm for automized parameter choice. I want to use it for reaction orders to validate my reduced chemical reaction mechanic.
I am using chemFoam and as of now the error is simple, the chemistry expects a scalar which I am not providing. The line in the chemkinLexer.L which I thought was the origin of this apparently didnt help me.



Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance
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