# Mass Transfer and Deposition

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 December 30, 2002, 16:06 Mass Transfer and Deposition #1 george Guest   Posts: n/a I have a mixture of water and sand in a duct. I want to have deposition of sand on the duct' s wall. Which model will be used in order to compute the concentration of sand near the wall? Thank you and a Happy New Year! George

 January 3, 2003, 05:16 Re: Mass Transfer and Deposition #2 Alamgir Guest   Posts: n/a U have to use either FPM or Mixture model. I'm also doing that for the pipe network. bye Alamgir

 January 4, 2003, 14:32 Re: Mass Transfer and Deposition #3 george Guest   Posts: n/a Thank you for your reply. I have used the mixture model, but I don't know what is the "volume fraction" of phase-2. If phase-2 is a solid particle can I solve this problem with mixture model? How can I find the concentration of the solid particles in the "contour command" of postprocessing?

 January 5, 2003, 21:00 Re: Mass Transfer and Deposition #4 Alamgir Guest   Posts: n/a Yes u can simulate the solid particle as liquid particulate. U need volume fraction and dia of that particle. Take liquid which has same density of your solid and modify what you need. Go DISPLAY>CONTOUR then select PHASES from top right pull-down menu and then u will have either 1st or 2nd phase. bye Alamgir

 January 11, 2003, 14:02 Re: Mass Transfer and Deposition #5 george Guest   Posts: n/a What is exactly the "FPM model" and how can I activate it? What are the differences from the Mixture model?

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 Originally Posted by Alamgir ;103944 U have to use either FPM or Mixture model. I'm also doing that for the pipe network. bye Alamgir
could you please tell me how to get or activate the FPM in ANSYS FLUENT?? i can't find the icon for that!! i', using Workbench 14.0

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