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Old   March 15, 2001, 20:06
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Aomin
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Hi,

I have some problem.Could you give me some advice?

1.I define one species fraction (C4H6)as constant(value 1)at wall.But after some iterations, I find the species fraction is not the constant(value 1). 2.When I solve my problem, Can I define separated 'FLUID REGION' as only one species?The species fraction is the constant(value 1).

Any answer will be welcome.

Thank you.

Aomin 2001.3.16
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