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Old   April 26, 2008, 08:50
Default multiphase: henry's law
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Idtisak
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Dear CFX users

Did anyone have an experience about using Interface Equilibrium Model: Henry's law between dissolved species in the liquid and gas phase? I have read in the manual but I did not see the option like. Is it related to the unit of the additional variable that I created?

Thanks for all discussions

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Old   April 29, 2008, 14:33
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If you use a multiphase simulation option, the gas phase has to have more than one component for it to work.

Go to the Fluid Pairs tab. Then you should see a combobox titles "component pairs". Select a pair, then select the Two Resistance option. Under the Interfacial Equilibrium Model, a Listbox will show Henrys Law as an option.

I've never used this. I've prefered to program it myself in CCL and use a reaction sub-domain to specify the transfer rate.

Good luck, Sally.
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