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Old   July 7, 2003, 15:12
Default Mass transfer DPM
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Hi there all fluent users...

I'm modeling a DPM case in which submicron particles ( the Brownian force is on) are flowing close to a solid surface.

I'm interested in the mass transfer from the particles to the solid surface.

So far I have particle impacts on the surface but I obtain zero flux mass transfer at the wall in the REPORT->FLUXES->mass transfer.

I wonder if someone can give me some light or just its a bug.

I'm using fluent 6.0

Thankx

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