July 24, 2019 at 9:28 pmVGreenSubscriber
I am trying to simulate heat and moisture transfer through a solid building material (i.e. wood sheathing). The system is set up with different fixed temperatures and relative humidities (converted to mass fractions) on two opposite sides of the material. I am trying to observe moisture accumulation within the solid material through diffusion and capillary transfer as the system reaches equilibrium.
Does anyone have recommendations for tutorials or other resources to help with this type of diffusion/capillary transfer problem?
January 29, 2020 at 1:24 pmamp2796Subscriber
Did you find any solution to this?
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