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Old   January 29, 2004, 13:10
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David Jones
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Hello everybody. I wanna know how to model "humid air" in fluent. which models should I use? Is there any built-in function for modeling "relative humidity" and "Humidity ratio"? and another general question: Is Fluent really a good software for modeling HVAC applications? Does is do this job perfectly? or it is better to use another software? and which one?
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Old   February 8, 2004, 23:38
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Yes you can do and I have the experience . You have to select the species transport. The results including relative humidity and some HVAC functions.


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