|March 9, 2004, 14:18||
I'm modelling species transport with fluid flow in intersecting cylinders, with a constant concentration at the inlet. My question concerns the treatment of the wall concentration. Fluent will only allow a either a zero flux or a specified value of wall concentration. However, a more realistic treatment at the wall involves specifying a solute flux entering the wall in terms of fluid side solute concentration and a wall permeability function.
The flux equation is of the form:
q = -D*(delta C / delta n) @ the wall
= k*Cw, where Cw is the wall concentration and k is a constant wall permeability
Do I need a UDF to model this flux? If so, I would really appreciate a few pointers on how to go about this. I am aware of a HEAT_FLUX UDF. Can this be used to model species transport?
Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated,
All the best,
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