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Hello, I want to simulate water droplet falling in humid air. Water droplet falling in air is possible for me and I can apply VOF model to simulate it. Now I want to see how the water droplet falling behavior affect the vapor concentration diffusion(humid air). So, now, we have water droplet (liquid phase) and air (gas phase), and also vapor in the domain. For the vapor diffusion, I know I should use species transport model to solve it. Can I couple VOF and species transport model to solve this problem? How can I set vapor in the species transport model? BTW, we do not consider phase change.
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