Chemical Rxn based multiphysic capabilities?

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9 years 3 months ago #6251 by Kamil Gul
Hi All,

There is a software "Comsol" and it has chemical rxn module. When I saw that I wondered if any of the multiphysics or FEM based softwares are capable of doing chemical rxn based calculations , but with the tank itself. I mean the degradation caused by the chemical substance inside-- corrosion,leakage due to chemical interactions etc...
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Kamil

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9 years 3 months ago #6252 by CAVT
ELMER is a multiphysics solver, included in CAELinux, although I'm not sure it can do chemical reactions.
OpenFoam, mostly known as a CFD tool, is actually a powerful multiphysics solver, and I'm sure it will be able to handle your case. However, you will have to be patient, there is no GUI as you may have in COMSOL.
You may also try Code Saturne, which does have some chemical reaction capabilities, and for the msot simulations offers a very nice GUI (tough simulations recquire some scripting though).
All these softwares are included in CAELinux, or you may downlaod them separately in your own Linux workstation (ok, they work under Windows too, but c'mon, we are serious here :D)

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