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Old   October 30, 2015, 08:51
Default reactingParcelFoam - thermodynamic/liquid modelling of injection of h2o2/h2o solution
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hi everyone!

i hope my problem is not to stupid, but im new to simulations of multiphase-multimixtures.

im doing calculations with evaporating droplets in an airflow.
at the moment im using only h2o for injection, but i want to switch to a solution of h2o2/h2o (35/100).
i think i got everything i need: chemkin tables, also converted to foamchemistry-format (janaf/sutherland).

if i use janaf, sutherland and chemkin OR foamchemistryreader, OF complains about mising liquidProperties for H2O2.
if use polynomial and chemkin, OF complains about unkonwn chemistryreader chemkinReader.
if i use polynomial and foamchemistryreader, OF complains about unkown chemistryreader foamChemistryReader.

What am i doing wrong? i dont really get it... Do i really need to implement liquidproperties for H2O2 like in $FOAM_SRC/thermophysicalModels/properties/liquidProperties/ ?

i attached all files.
Would be nice if someone could give me a hint.

Thanks a lot in purpose!
Ferdinand
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File Type: txt thermophysicalProperties.txt (1.6 KB, 4 views)
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Old   October 30, 2015, 08:55
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here is the whole case;
you wont be able to run it, because i do some things in further calculations. (gmsh-mesh, mapping of fully developped flow, field mapping...)

Thanks for takin a look into it
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i copied the liquidProperties of h2o and changed everything from h2o to h2o2 (via sed, just for trying).

now its working, so it seems i have to implement my own liquidproperties library for h2o2.

If someone knows how to determine the different values or where to get em, it will be great if you share them with me.

ill take a look to NSRDS and maybe try to calculate them via CoolProp.

Greetings,
Ferdi
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Hi,
now i got it. Overseen to take a look into liquidProperties.H... Only viewed H2O.H/H2O.C and got confused.

Can be closed here!
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