In Heterogeneous reaction, Fluent Theory Guide says: ANSYS Fluent assumes that the reactants are mixed thoroughly before reacting together, therefore the heat and momentum transfer is based on this assumption. This assumption can be disabled using a text command. For more information, contact your ANSYS Fluent support engineer.
January 25, 2023 at 7:17 amFAQParticipant
(mp/mt/heat-transfer? #t boolean) ;if to transfer heat also in mass-transfer (mp/htrxn/mom-transfer? #t boolean) ;if to transfer mom. also in het. reactions Please set these rpvars to FALSE.
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