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Old   December 17, 2021, 04:00
Default Patching in gas-liquid-solid reactor
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Patching problem in the gas-liquid-solid reactor
Error is showing as:
[B]Warning!! The sum of phase volume fractions exceeds 1 in some faces(s).
This can lead to potentially erroneous initialization. Please ensure that the sum of the phase
volume fractions on a face do not exceed 1 during initialization or patching!!

I am patching the liquid as a continuous phase and solid and gas as a dispersed phase where gas and solid is taken as secondary phase and liquid as a primary phase.
I have to fill the reactor up to 1 meter with solid as 5% volume and 95% water. So I am filling the reactor with gas up to 1 meter as volume fraction taken 0, and after that, solid is filled up to 1 meter and volume fraction taken 0.05. But the error is showing, such as volume fraction exceeds 1 in some faces.
How can solve this problem?
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