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Old   June 20, 2007, 06:49
Default Aabout settings of contamination model
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Hi guys! I am working a case with contamination emmision. Because I am just learning Ansys Workbench and Ansys CFX10.0 for a while, I am wondering if you would tell me whether the following settings are ok. The main purpose of the simulation is to predict CO2 distribution in the room. Please link here: which shows the basic information about the model. A is the CO2 generation container to assure CO2 concentration is even on the surface(Blue one). I would creat a new material as CO2 in CFX-Pre, and then I will set A as a fluid subdomain in which I will set a Mass source. Is it ok?

Thank you very much!

With kind regards Li
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Old   June 22, 2007, 08:28
Default Re: Aabout settings of contamination model
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hi Li, in workbench, you must creat your domain and the down face with extrude of one cube with imprint face closure, i have same simulation, and i work on it but on filed. we can cooperate. my E-mail is regards eslam
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