August 25, 2023 at 2:47 pmRobert WeldonSubscriber
Looking for guidance on how to input a zeolite catalyst within ansys chemkin
August 29, 2023 at 3:53 pmJudy CooperAnsys Employee
There are three principle catalyst structures: honeycomb, plate, and corrugated. Honeycomb-shaped catalysts are common in metal oxide and zeolite catalysts. A holed-honeycomb form provides a high level of surface area so active sites can maximize the reduction reaction.
Chemkin has a honeycomb monolith reactor model that will allow you to enter the structural properties of your catalyst- see below:
Hope this helps,
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