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Old   July 23, 2023, 02:26
Default Site Species Surface Coverage on Particles.
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How does Fluent calculate species surface concentration using the defined species mass fractions for a given particle diameter?
I cannot define a site density on a particle like we do for walls to determine surface coverage. I have a predefined initial surface site density which will dictate the mass fractions on the particle surface. I'm not sure how Fluent will use the density of the site species, surface area and mass fraction to get the initial particle site density.
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