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Old   June 6, 2022, 19:41
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Hello All,

Please, I am running a 3D case of a PCM melting in a square box with six inlets. The idea is to let the water in at a high temperature and melt the PCM. But, I have a question, please I would like to know the difference between MASS FRACTION and PCM MASS FRACTION in CFD-POST PROCESS-ANSYS.

Those two terms are really confusing.
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