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Old   April 7, 2013, 03:04
Default what's this mean in the steam_jet ccl.file of CFX?
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Hi,dear friend!
i find a sentence in the steam_jet ccl.file of CFX, what does it mean?

# Liquid <-> gas mass transfer for water.
# Mdot_l_to_g = Sh*Di,g*rho_g/d_l*(Xi,g - Xsati,g)

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