|June 13, 2012, 07:32||
Multiphase Flow with NIST Real Gas Model
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I'm using ANSYS Fluent V14.
At the moment I am trying to simulate a multiphase flow with the fluid R245fa. It was possible to implement the fluid, but unfortunately it is only possible to use the liquid or vapor model, not a multiphase model. In the User Guide I have read too that there are limitations...
Has anyone experience in using real gas models (hopefully NIST-real-gas-models) in multiphase flow? Are there maybe other opportunities? (I know, that it is possible to create fluids, so probably I could create two fluids, one liquid one vapor, but it would be much easier to just implement it )
Thanks in advance
Last edited by Annka; June 20, 2012 at 03:11.
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