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Old   May 26, 2006, 04:12
Default how to set the source term up in phoenics(Urgent)
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isa
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Hi:

I am a beginner of phoenics. My case is to simulate the air quality in an underground garage. The pollution source is CO that should be modelled as a mass source in phoenics,however, I have no idea on setting the source term up.

The final result of this process would be a graph of distribution of CO concentration in the area.

Could I just set it up in the main menu?otherwise, how could I set up the source term?Thanks for echos as soon as possible!
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Old   June 23, 2006, 08:38
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If you figure out where your source will be, you can set it when you set up the object. If your source is unsteady-state type, you have to use Q1 file to input.

Hope it helps.
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Old   July 14, 2006, 15:34
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What version of PHOENICS are you using? You can create a New Object of type INLET and have a different species entering there from the domain fluid. I think you would have to activate SCRS to do that and set the reaction rate to zero? This might be overkill. You might have to do IPSA.
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