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Old   September 27, 2005, 14:52
Default Conservation equations
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I'm new to FLUENT, so I apologise first for asking stupid question:

I intend to model one-phase flow in porous media (fuel cell). However, from various literature, I realise that the governing equations (mass, momentum etc) are quite different from the ones in FLUENT manual. I would like to check if the conservation equations are fixed, or can they be altered via UDF?

Is the conservation of species equation available in FLUENT?

Thanks in advance
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