|October 29, 2012, 11:35||
Liquid Oxygen Evaporation
Join Date: Oct 2012
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I have a problem with the Lagrange-Particle injection of liquid oxygen into gaseous methane.
Everything works fine, the droplet evaporates, but the droplet temperature always stays at injection temperature, no matter what injection temperature that is.
For comparison I did the the simulation, this time with water/air and there the droplet temperature changes...
Any idea what the reason for this behaviour for liquid oxygen could be??
Thanks a lot!
|October 29, 2012, 17:10||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Sydney, Australia
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I have no experience in this type of modelling, but if the same modelling setup works with air/water but not with O2/CH4 then I would be looking to see what material properties are not defined in O2/CH4 which are in air/water.
|liquid evaporation, oxygen, particle|
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