November 11, 2017 at 7:50 amJimmyhanSubscriber
the mass transfer model has so many characters which are similar to the thermal model. Can I use the thermal model? I would like to learn this from some example. Give me some suggestion, plz.
November 13, 2017 at 7:35 amVishal GanoreAnsys Employee
Could you please be more specific to your problem definition so that we could help you? What kind of problem are you trying to solve?
November 14, 2017 at 1:31 amJimmyhanSubscriber
Thank you for your reply. I want to simulate membrane separation. The solution is seawater, I want to know the concentration situation on the membrane surface. In the bulk flow, the concentration is a constant, but the concentration close to membrane will increase by the separation process. This is a mass transfer simulation but as you know few guys do this work, so I try to use Thermal energy way. How can I fix this? can I use thermal energy to simulate mass transfer?
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