|May 10, 2010, 21:34||
Having gas mixture and a liquid together simultatiously in a model
Join Date: Mar 2010
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I looked through the user guide and the forum but I couldn't find how.
My problem is two parallel channels where in top one a gas mixture of H2 and O2 is flowing and in the bottom channel oil in flowing.
Fluent doesn't let to have a fluid other than the mixture when choosing species transport model.
What I did was I added the oil as one the mixture species and I put the mass fraction of that as zero for the top channel and I put the mass fraction of the oil as one for the down channel.
This way it works, but when I do that for a simple channel to verify that, the results are different somehow.
Does anybody have any experience or suggestion? I really appreciate...
|fluent, gas, mixture, mixture and liquid|
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