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Old   July 12, 2007, 14:43
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Dear all,

I have a cubic geometry in which there is wet coal initially (coal + water).There is a enegry source at the bottom face of the cube which is heating it up.Due to this, the water gets evaporated and the wet coal is converted to dry coal(coal) while the steam formed it set out through an outflow pipe. Someone please tell me how to do this in fluent!

Do we need to have species transport enabled and treat this evaaporation as a reaction? If so, what all parameters are required? Wht abt treating it as an equilibrium reaction?

Do we need multiphase too...I have a solid, liquid and steam (gas)??

Thanks in advance, Arpit
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