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Old   March 18, 2013, 16:05
Default Coupled solving of a model in CFX
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hi people,

I'm trying to model a coupled variable in CFX with the additional variable in a fluid.

Let's say that the variable called y is a function of concentration of the additional variable near the wall, y = f (C nw)

So, this y is used to calculate the resistance of the mass transfer so a new value of C is obtained and used to recalculate y.

Is there a way to implement this coupled variable in CFX?

Thanks in advance!!
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This may create convergence difficulties, but this model should be simple to implement.
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Will I need CEL to implement?
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Old   March 19, 2013, 18:33
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Yes, CEL and a few additional variables. The coupling is handled by CFX and hopefully convergence will still be OK with it.
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