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sucjun September 27, 2010 00:40

volume concentration
 
I have some queation using CFX.
Dispersion problem.
rectangle box.
initial condition : air in rectangle box
boundary condition : inlet(Hydrogen mass flow), openning


1. I can not fine volume concentration in CFX-post.
(just mass concentration, mass fraction)

2. How conversion to volume concentration.

ghorrocks September 27, 2010 06:33

You can calculate it from the mass fraction and molar masses of the components. I will leave the derivation of the equation up to you from there.

sucjun September 27, 2010 07:03

Thank you for your comment.
But I don't know conversion equation.

ghorrocks September 27, 2010 07:11

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molar_volume

sucjun September 27, 2010 07:27

I need to Hydrogen Volume Concentration (Vol %).
(Time series value on sensor(points))

Hydrogen density : 0.09
Air density : 1.205

If the sample is a mixture containing N components, the molar volume is calculated using ~~~/

what is the Xi?

mvoss September 30, 2010 03:42

hi

if V is m3/mol and M is mol what could possibly x_i be?
It is Mass_i/Total_Mass (MassFraction), and if you sum up over i components you end up in a weighted Molar Mass. This divided by the weighted Density of the Mixture is the Molar Volume.

\frac{\sum\frac{Mass_{i}}{Total_{Mass}}*\frac{Mol_{i}}{Mass_{i}}}{\frac{Total_{Mass}}{Total_{Volume}}}=\frac{\frac{Mol}{Mass}}{\frac{Mass}{Volume}}=\frac{Volume}{Mol}


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