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Old   June 9, 2013, 08:53
Default Mole fraction in a multispecies flow
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I'm solving a multispecies flow and the fluid is moist air i.e.., a mixture of air and water vapor.

Could some one please let me know how to access the mole fraction of water vapor in the mixture, I mean what variable (field function) do I have to use to access that mole fraction.
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