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safikhani_hamed August 2, 2011 04:05

How can I model nanofluids with single and 2 phase approach ?
 
Dear my friends,
I am going to simulate nanofluids in CFX but I do not know how can do single phase approach and how can do 2 phase approach ?

sincerely

ghorrocks August 2, 2011 20:32

Do the CFX tutorials. They explain how to do single and multi phase simulations.

safikhani_hamed August 3, 2011 01:07

this multi phase is different
 
Dear my friend,
Please note that this multi phase in nanofluid is different with that of for example gas-solid or etc., in fact I want to know about two phase modeling in nanofluids ?

sincerely

ghorrocks August 3, 2011 07:35

I am well aware of the fact that traditional multiphase models are of limited application to nanofluids. A vague question will get a vague answer.

CFX has no models built in specifically for nanofluids, so all you can do is look at the existing multiphase models and see if they are appropriate.


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