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Old   July 8, 2010, 00:45
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Hi,

I have species transport with sink and source terms for five different species which can be simply specified as constant values in the related zone panels.

My question is: Should I specify the "conservation of mass equation" source term (as a summation of sink and source terms for all species) or Fluent itself will do it?

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