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Old   October 7, 2008, 03:36
Default Multicomponent gas stratification
Zoltan Turzo
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Dear CFX Users!

Could anybody help me to solve the following problem: I need to model the gas stratification in a gas bottle, containing multicomponent gas mixture. ie. methan and carbondioxide. The gas bottle is a closed vessel, aproximately with 50 cm height and 40 cm diameter. The pressure and temperature is constant. I have CFX 11, and tried to model the situation mentioned, but i have got no stratification. (buoyant, multicomponent, transient simulation, and many other try) Does anybody any suggestion?

Thanks for Your help in advance!

Zoltan Turzo

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