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Old   January 22, 2014, 07:07
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Look at the dates, guys/girls. You are requesting a tutorial that is nine years old. You can better look in the Fluent help.

Furthermore, if you need a username and password to access files, and you don't have those, it has a reason: probably this is to protect the copyrights. If you obtaining these protected files from a different source, you are (in most countries) breaking copyright laws, and could be fined.
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Old   April 24, 2014, 23:44
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Hi, can you please send me the boiling.c and mesh files? I'm in desperate need for that.
My email is zhangxiaobinghust@gmail.com
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Old   April 24, 2014, 23:47
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Can you send me the two files(mesh + boiling.c) as well? Thanks
my email is zhangxiaobinghust@gmail.com

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Dear Joey:Sure, I will send it.(mesh + boiling.c)
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Old   December 17, 2014, 15:53
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hi all,can i also get the file(mesh+boiling.c). doing evaporation problem in fluent using udf. my mail id is manishat88@gmail.com. need some guidance.
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Old   February 7, 2015, 07:34
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Hey guys,

I have been trying to simulate flow boiling process of water in fluent. But I have been facing a lot of problems of convergence. The calculation runs smoothly (converges) until some time and when it encounters the vapor that has been formed, the momentum and continuity values start diverging. I have tried changing the mesh size and time-step. The problem with going for too low time step is that it will take years for the calculation to get completed and with a larger mesh size, visualization of the bubbles is not possible.

Can anyone point out the problem and suggest a viable solution?
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Old   February 23, 2015, 12:22
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Dear Mehdi Ghoddosy, Thank you for your help! Since I have no experience of simulating evapourating in pipe flow, still I need the source file (boiling.c).Could you send the file to me?Thanks a lot!
hi Joey,
i have the same problem but with condensation...
can someone send the tutorial to my mail id?:
jeffassouke@gmail.com.
Or can someone just post the link for this tutorial.
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Old   March 18, 2015, 01:30
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Dear joey I will send you the tuturial you need. contact me if you need case and sulotion files. Regards
Hi Ghoddosy am trying to model subcooled flow boiling without using udf.. so far i haven't been able to successfully create the boiling phenomenon... the liquid flashes at exit instead of boiling gradually... can you help me with this.. tutorials or materials or advices of any form would be helpful..

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