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Old   February 10, 2009, 13:05
Default air and water vapour mixture - multiphase model
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Hello all,

I'm modeling heat and moisture flow in a tall and thin cavity. The cavity is filled with mixture of air and water vapour (moist air). I'm using the mixture multiphase model, with the two phases being air and water-vapour. I am trying to see the stratification of both heat and moisture in the cavity. Can you tell me if this is the correct model to use? I used the species model before, but I noticed that in order to see moisture buoyancy flow I should use a multiphase model.

I appreciate your help,

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