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Old   September 3, 2002, 00:44
Default thermofluid modelling+multiphase fluid flow
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Ajit
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Hi everybody, I need help!!! well let me describe in simple words.... A heated plate and water falling on the plate surface...the plate temperature is high and the water converts in steam.....this changes the temperature distribution in the plate.....this is a transient analysis...involves phase change....multiphase flow.....

can CFX do it?? If not then what is the best way... Your suggestions will be valuable to me.

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Old   September 3, 2002, 11:29
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Hi Ajit,

Phase change will be possible with version 5.6, due for release this winter.

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Old   September 11, 2002, 22:49
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Hi robin...thnx for the reply....but ...what about...phase change with...thermal and structural....simulation.........any one please help....
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