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Old   February 6, 2010, 04:00
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Hello from Greece.

I am modeling a PEM fuel cell as the tutorial of fluent

I am facing a problem of step 7 of tutorial.

Comparing the results is the same except the current collectors.

Trying to I find what happend I found the difference between mine case and ansys case on boundary conditions - uds which my case does not have the water content and saturation. Check the picture below, at the right hand is ansys case at the left is mine.

Could you tell me what happend and how can I add the water content and saturation to UDS?
Thank you very much.



Thank you again..
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Old   August 7, 2012, 07:40
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Can you send me your cas file to check it with mine.
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