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Old   April 18, 2006, 22:55
Default Multicomponent flow in the porous solid
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Frank
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Hello all, In my calculation case, I need to add mass source of one component in a section of porous solid. Because the large body force, the flow velcocity in the porous solid is very low. If I add mass source of one component, enthalpy (calculated using the same temperature of inlet condition), etc, the temperature at the interface between this component and other components decrease, however, it increase at some areas. The CFD software is CFX4.0. Please give me some help. Thanks a lot

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