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Old   February 5, 2013, 18:44
Question Modeling of Boiling
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Hi

I'm student and I want to simulate boiling of water in Fluent. I don't have so nice channel, I have to use unstructural mesh. I'm using mesh with triangle elements. I guess I have to simulate it as a transient flow with using gravity, also when i will set up model I should turn on energy equation, multiphase model... I read and try the tutorial from Ansys about boiling where was use nice geometry of channel.

My question is can I set up models, solution method etc. same as in tutorial from Ansys when I use quite complicated geometry and unstructural mash?

Thanks for your help, I'm open for every advice
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Old   February 6, 2013, 12:11
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The mesh type has no bearing on what you can solve. Most meshes are unstructered in fact because of how complicated the geometries are.
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