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Old   March 21, 2011, 22:10
Default Henry's Law in FLUENT
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I'm doing simulation about fluid motion of water and air by using DM and VOF.

Imagine that piston moving and there are two phases inside, water and air

I want to make the air dissolved into water as piston is moving upward by using Henry's Law and diffusion eqn.

Anyone knows how to adapt henry 's law or this kind of simulation ??
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Old   November 14, 2016, 10:52
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Hi, I was also thinking of modelling Henry's law in order to model the release of dissolved gas in water. Did you manage to do this?
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