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Old   May 8, 2017, 11:04
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Hi guys,

i am modeling a chemical surface reaction in Fluent. This reaction is limited by mass transfer and in order to calculate a mass transfer coefficient (by 1 Fick law) i need a mass flux toward my surface there the reaction is happening.
There is no build-in option which i can choose to get a mass flux.
Maybe someone can provide me a suggestion, how can i get the flux (UDF)?

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