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Default Mass fraction in two inlets of Heat exchanger
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Hello to All,

I am modelling a heat exchanger. In one inlet, there is air with water vapors (humid air) while in other inlet, i want to model Licl solution with water vapor. Its a Flat Plate Heat exchanger. Can someone help me how to define mass fraction in both inlets?

Using mixing template, I can define mass fraction for humid air. For Licl + water vapor, I have to define through UDF ? Please I need your suggestions.

Thanks in advance.

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