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Old   September 20, 2007, 08:20
Default boundary layer prediction in multiphase simulation
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Hi everyone! I am interested in the mass transfer from the liquid to the air, but I never did simulations in multiphase, so I am wondering if you would tell me some your experience about it. Would you tell me if it is possible to predict boundary layter precisely above the liquid surface in CFX? And what should I be careful for when doing such simulations? The main purpose of the simulations is to find what kind of parameters will have an effect on emission of gases from the contaminant surface in a room. Thank you very much!

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