I want to use Fluent to model a porous zone that has reaction. Can I do this with an internal porous jump surface?
Tagged: 18.2, BCs & Interfaces, fluent, fluid-dynamics, materials, porous-media, Reactions, species, Species/Reactions
March 17, 2023 at 6:12 amFAQParticipant
Internal surfaces cannot support surface reaction, as they are not walls. The best approach here is to model a single cell thickness porous zone and apply volumetric reaction.
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