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Old   April 9, 2006, 23:39
Default To define Moist Air in Fluent
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JW
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Hi,

In Fluent, I want to change material to Moist air for HVAC CFD modelling. Could any one let me know the steps to change material to moist air in Fluent? (In the Fluent Material data base, there is no mixture for moist air. Only Air and Water Vapour is available).

Also please let me know how to introduce Relative Humidity for the Fluid mixture and to view the out put Relative humidity of a Moist air (Passing through a Heat exchanger).

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JW

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Old   April 15, 2006, 17:31
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are u joking or just moist air behind the ears?
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