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Old   September 17, 2009, 12:58
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I am simulating a problem that involves species transfer from a gas bubble immersed in liquid phase flowing around it. What I know as my boundary condition at the bubble surface is the molar concentration of the species (that being oxygen) whereas in FLUENT, I can find the option of specifying only mass fraction of species. Does anyone know how to input the molar concentration of species at the bubble surface.
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