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Old   July 15, 2009, 07:49
Default Species source option - separation of gas
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Bernard Esterhuyse
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Hi

I'm trying to make use of the species source option in Star-CCM+ to investigate gas separation effects. I would like to add a source term to the species conservation equation - I assume this is done using the "Species Source Option", however from the documentation I can make out how this is implimented.

Has anybody got any experience with this?

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