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Old   June 11, 2008, 15:48
Default Can I specify a passive scalar flux source in ccm+
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I want to simulate the transport of bacteria in a cleanroom where I will have a number of bacteria sources distributed in the room which will each release circa. 500 bacterial colonies/second.

Is there any way I can set up passive scalar flux sources in my STAR-CCM+ model to release the bacteria? So far as I can see it is only possible to specify a constant volumetric passive scalar source within a region, but I hope there is something I can do without having to use lagrangian multi-phase.

Thanks for any advice that you can give me.

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