Hi David, Could you respond to the questions below? Thanks! - Michele ----- Forwarded by Michele Y Crouse/WRD/USGS/DOI on 06/06/01 05:21 p.m. ----- "Thierry TAILLEFET" To: h2osoft@xxxxxxxx <thierry.taillef cc: et@xxxxxx> Subject: Porous Media 06/05/01 11:55 a.m. Hello! I am an engineer (in a french company) and I am looking for a numerical code able to solve reactive (species diffusion + chemical reactions) Fluid Mechanics equations (integrated over a representative volume) in the case of a porous medium (carbon fiber or something like that) which undergoes a gaseous chemical treatment at low pressure. Do you know if that kind of code exist? And can softwares like USGS MODFLOW (or another USGS's software) be used (after a few modifications) to solve that kind of problem? Best Regards. T. Taillefet
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