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Old   August 10, 2006, 05:35
Default mass transfer mechanism on the interphace ?
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I now use Eulerian model to compute water vapour's diffuison from air to frost layer.I have seen mass transfer mechanism on the interphace of 2 phases should be chosen .what does the mechanism mean ?does it mean the mass transfer rate or mass transfer coffecient? i will be very tahnkful for any one give me a help!
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