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Old   November 12, 2004, 20:10
Default how to set moist air
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i want to set the moist air in a close space.its temperture is 33ˇăC and relative humidity is 60%. i can set the material as following: properties--material--ideal gas, mix gcon--R_c1 286, R_(1-c1) 461.but where should i set the temperture and relative humidity. because there are inlet and outlet in the domain,only a fan. how should i let phoenics know the properties of the moist air.
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Old   November 17, 2004, 21:22
Default Re: how to set moist air
leon mills
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If the domain matreial is moist air, use the setting of the domain material ' in the domain settings menu in VR Editor'. Here you can set the domain material to the temperature and density you need.

From memory there is not a specfic feild for relative humidity, but by following the equations I am sure that the density of the air at 33 deg C and 60% RH can be determined and entered.

Hope this helps.

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