# mass transfer

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 January 6, 2003, 08:46 mass transfer #1 Ludwig Bauer Guest   Posts: n/a Good day everyone, how can I model mass transfer over a fluid-fluid-phase-border with Fidap 8.6, taking the distribution-coefficient into consideration? Thanks, best regards Ludwig

 January 7, 2003, 07:11 mass transfer - figure #2 Ludwig Bauer Guest   Posts: n/a I just want to calculate the concentration X and Z of a species in two liquid phases with a boundary, as it is shown here: /\ location__________________________________________ ____________________ ||________________________________________________ ______________________ ||ZZZZZZZ_________________________________________ ______________________ ||_______ZZZZ_____________________________________ ______________________ ||___________ZZZ__________________________________ ______________________ ||______________Z_________________________________ ______________________ ||===============Z_o==============X_o============= ======phase boundary ||____________________________________X___________ ______________________ ||_____________________________________XX_________ ______________________ ||_______________________________________XXXX_____ ______________________ ||___________________________________________XXXXX XXX___________________ ||________________________________________________ ___XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 0 ===========> concentration of species with: X: concentration of species in phase 1 X_o: concentration of species in phase 1 at the boundary Z: concentration of species in phase 2 Z_o: concentration of species in phase 2 at the boundary with the distribution coefficient n = X_o / Z_o. How can I do that? I have no idea as I am a FIDAP newbie, Thanks Ludwig

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