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M. Shanbghazani July 5, 2006 12:01

Fluent and exergy
 
can we have the exergy analysis of a process using fluent software?(for example investigating the entropy generation number or entropy generation through heat and mass flow)

test July 6, 2006 15:13

Re: Fluent and exergy
 
no

Michele July 7, 2006 02:43

Re: Fluent and exergy
 
Why not? The exergy for a flow can be defined as:

ex=h_tot-T0*s

therefore it is possible in fluent define an additional custom field function, defined as before.


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