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Old   July 12, 2007, 14:17
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Jack
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Hi,

I am modelling mass transfer in a pipe with a valve in the middle. the mass transport via convection and diffusion and via diffusion only through the valve (the same as conjuagte heat transfer). should i define the valve as solid are fluid in gambit?. what about B.Cs?. Do I need to write UDF or Fluent can do it?.

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