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Old   October 29, 2006, 20:46
Default How to consider Relative Humidity in FLUENT
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Hello All,

I am running a discrete phase model to simulate the particle transport and I am about to consider the relative humidity how much it influences on the transport. However, I do not know how to do. Is there anyone who is willing to help me out from this situation? Which coefficients under where are needed to be changed to include different relative humidity condition in the air. Thank you so much in advance and I am looking forward getting any response which might be helpful.
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