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Old   November 13, 2017, 09:43
Question modelling interphase reaction
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Hello everyone,

I would like to ask how to set a Interphase reaction while using the Mutliphase segreagte flow model.
Following the user guide, I defined 2 phases (1 multi-component liquid and 1 multi-component gas) and then specified the liquid as continuos phase and the gas as dispersed phase.
But after selecting the Interphase mass Transfer model, what I got from the Interphase Mass Transfer Rate group box doesn't includ Interphase reaction
, there are only Boiling Mass Tranfer Rate and UD Interphase Mass Flux

what can I do to active the Interphase reaction??

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Old   November 27, 2017, 09:25
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the problem is solved. it's necessary to choose ''non-reacting'' when difing the Eulerphase, after that the Interphase reaction will appear.
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