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 yonemasa7 February 5, 2013 13:35

[Solved]dissolution mass transfer with STAR-CCM+ 7.04

Does any one calculate the dissolution mass transfer? Could you explain how to do that?
And how to set up with phase model. In this case, I have two liquids. It seems that it is needed to have more components in the manual.

I'm trying to solve Soret effect with methanol-toluene mixture.
I can't choose the option.

I'm using these physic models are as follows;
2D, Eulerian multiphase, gradient, gravity, stationary, laminar, multiphase mixture, multiphase equation of state, multiphase interaction, multiphase segregated flow, and multiphase coupled energy.

Phase models are as follows;
multi-component liquid x2, segregated temperature energy, non- reaction, segregated species, and poly density.

Any suggestions are welcome. Cuz I'm quite new to the phenomena.

 yonemasa7 February 5, 2013 16:19

I have got it by myself!
In case you have the same problem, I will write how to do that.

Once you create new phase interaction node, choose the model "Eulerian continuous-dispersed" and something else you need.
Then, specify "Eulerian continuous-dispersed" and finally you can see the option "Dissolution mass transfer rate".

bye-bye

 Pgma May 13, 2013 15:26

Need Help on this

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 Originally Posted by yonemasa7 (Post 406177) I have got it by myself! In case you have the same problem, I will write how to do that. Once you create new phase interaction node, choose the model "Eulerian continuous-dispersed" and something else you need. Then, specify "Eulerian continuous-dispersed" and finally you can see the option "Dissolution mass transfer rate". bye-bye
Hi,
I'm trying to model a simple mass transfer in STAR CCM+, a simple shape of box contains a combination of solid and liquid and after applying the pressure the liquid will separated, how can I mpdel this process!

Thanks

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