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Dear all,
I am using the Discrete transfer model in CFX, and I can define the fluid as non-participating media.
My questions are:
1, what is the difference between the Discrete transfer model (with non-participating media) and the S2S model in DLUENT?
2, I want to know how the solver works when treating the Discrete transfer model with non-participating media.
Many thanks!
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