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masood yooceframandi February 12, 2005 14:23

mass transfer in fluent!
 
hi anybody! what is the mass transfer model in fluent?is it the species model?and which version of fluent is better for mass transfer modelling?

regards

ap February 13, 2005 09:05

Re: mass transfer in fluent!
 
The mass transfer model is known as "species transport model" in FLUENT.

In FLUENT 6.1 it's only possible to model species transport in single-phase flows or using the DPM model, while you can't model mass transfer in multiphase models.

Regards, ap

masood yooceframandi February 14, 2005 04:50

Re: mass transfer in fluent!
 
dear ap! thank you for reply. i want to bye fluent 6.2.can it do mass transfer (without chemical reaction) for fluidized bed? regards,masood

Robin February 14, 2005 13:51

Re: mass transfer in fluent!
 
Hi Masood,

You should have a look at ANSYS CFX-5 for your application. CFX supports mass transfer between muliple phases and has specific fluidized bed models.

Regards, Robin

ap February 14, 2005 15:27

Re: mass transfer in fluent!
 
Yes, it will be able to. You can find the new features at www.fluent.com

Regards, ap

arashshahin February 14, 2005 16:48

Re: mass transfer in fluent!
 
hi masood are you iranian? where are you? can you help me about some problem in complicated model for meshing in gambit and then give boundary condition to that thank you arash shahin

masood yooceframandi February 15, 2005 03:37

Re: mass transfer in fluent!
 
Dear Robin, thank you for reply. can u give me more information about cfx?unfortulantely,i dont know what is cfx.i haven't hear anything about it.is it a software?or is it a package for fluent? regards masood

masood yooceframandi February 15, 2005 03:45

Re: mass transfer in fluent!
 
Dear Arash, yes,i'm iranian(M.Sc. student of Isfahan University of Technology).but i am a new user of fluent.it means,maybe my guidance will not be useful for u.but you can get more information and help about your problem in this site.too many people will help you. regards,masood

Robin February 15, 2005 21:53

Re: mass transfer in fluent!
 
Hi Masood,

Go to www.ansys.com for more info.

Regards, Robin


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