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Old   March 30, 2010, 08:09
Default Simulation of Evaporation of a Semi-spherical bubble on a heating surface
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Hello

Kindly please I need to know how can I model two-phase flow using CFX, my model is a semi-spherical vapour bubble in a saturated water domain, the bubble is resting on a hot surface.

Can anyone advise how can this model be made? and does CFX model the movement of the surface separating the two phases?

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Look at the tutorials provided with CFX. They are the best place to start.
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