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Old   July 30, 2019, 20:37
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Are there any tutorial with mass transfer using ANSYS CFX? I've looked it up, but I couldn't found any.

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Fluid flow is mass transfer. They all have fluid flow.

Or are you talking about mass fractions and species diffusion?
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Fluid flow is mass transfer. They all have fluid flow.

Or are you talking about mass fractions and species diffusion?
You are right. I meant mass fractions and species diffusion.
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Have you looked at the tutorials? I would have thought a few minutes reading the documentation could have answered this question.

Anyway:
* Flow from a circular vent
* Reacting flow in a mixing tube
* Combustion and radiation in a can combustor
* Spray dryer
* Coal combustion
* Steam jet

And there are more tutorials on the ANSYS Customer webpage and even more if you ask ANSYS support.
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