Well what I'm doing is taking two fluids and "just" mixing them (for now). I was hoping I could set up Ansys such that it would react appropriately, given my inputs:


-> 99 % water

-> 1 % calcium (fluid; literally water, non-granular, with calcium's density & viscosity [looked up online from a paper])

-> 360 rpm stirrer bar (bottom of vessel)

-> cylindrical vessel


With my current mixing, I have no chemical reactions; I'm wondering how I go about programming these? I'm sure once I know what area (i.e. species, viscous, discrete phase etc.) to look into, I can go down a rabbit hole on YouTube etc. for programming the chemical crosslinking reaction.