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Old   March 9, 2012, 07:32
Default Modelling vapour adsorption saturation
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If modelling an air/vapour mixture in a packed bed and using a surface reaction to model the vapour adsorption within the packed bed. How is it possible to ensure FLUENT stops vapour being adsorped in the parts of the packed bed where the adsorbing material is saturated and unable to adsorp any more vapour?

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