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Old   January 10, 2008, 02:03
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Hi All,

I can not view the mass transfer option when I select one variable composition mixture as a continuous fluid and another as a particle.Following is the para from cfx help for particle transport modelling/domain options,according to which the Ranz marshall model must be available,but i can see only that liquid evaporation model.

Any help will be appreciated.

Mass Transfer There are a number of choices available for mass transfer in ANSYS CFX. The choices available for mass transfer depend on the type of particles that have been selected for the simulation. For any particle, simple mass transfer can be modeled with the Ranz Marshall model. Mass transfer from liquid drops can be modeled with the Liquid Evaporation Model.

Thanks in advance. Pankaj.
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