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Old   October 17, 2006, 12:41
Default modeling a mixture of gases
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I have used CFX for monofasic and fluid models, but I am begining to explore its bifasic capabilities. Can I use CFX to model the mixture process of several gases (2 minimum), in which there are different evaporation and condensation temperatures?

I want to model a device which is part of a machine that makes a mixture of several gases (based on the resistance of the flow and saturation curve (P&T), mainly) and I want to explore the profile of the mixture (concentration and velocities).

Is CFX capable of modeling that? My inputs are: the properties of the gases, inlet & outlet pressures and velocities. Any advice to begin? thank you! francisco tovar
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