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One transport equation, two user-defined scalar, can it be solved?
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Im working on OPOSPM of PBM. This PBM solving method is very simple. As the article said:
Therefore, for the solution of PBM in CFD, only one additional transport equation for the total number concentration is needed. This equation is introduced into Fluent as a user-defined scalar. The simple source term is written as a user-defined function and added to the transport equation.
In the article it said:
m_0 is included as a user-defined scalar in FLUENT.
More details see this article, am I misunderstand it?
Any comments are welcomed.
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