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Old   February 19, 2003, 02:30
Default is it possible in CFX to simulate 2-phase convecti
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prasanth
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Hi My problem involves transient natural convection analysis of liquid hydrogen which is partially filled in a cylindrical tank. It is subjected to different heating conditions. the space over liquid level is occupied by its vapour. I found that there is no provision for evaporation at the interface, as the temperature increases; in the fluent package. Still now, I am working on fluent. So for this new problem, is there any possiblity in CFX. thanks in advance prasanth
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Old   February 19, 2003, 16:33
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Hi Samula,

Interphase mass transfer is not available in the current release (v5.5.1), but will be available in CFX-5.6 (currently in beta and due out at the end of March). Interphase mass transfer allows for effects such as boiling, evaporation and cavitation.

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Old   February 28, 2003, 02:37
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Thank u so much Mr. Robin. Sorry for late response!!! we do have 5.5.1 now. ok. we will update. thanks prasanth
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