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AdarshGouda February 26, 2013 13:21

Phase change simulation in a tube.
 
Hi everyone,

I and relatively new to fluent. I am working on this project where a phase change has to be simulated in a tube.

At inlet - liquid phase

At outlet - vapour(gas) phase

Wall of the tube is heated for the phase change to occur.

Which model do I choose. Eulerian-eulerian model or should i use DPM?

Any kind of tutorial from u experts in this regards would help.

Thanks,

Adarsh.:)

msaeedsadeghi February 27, 2013 02:32

It seems to be evaporation. You should use VOF multiphase model and use evaporation model in Phase interaction panel.

AdarshGouda February 27, 2013 02:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by msaeedsadeghi (Post 410346)
It seems to be evaporation. You should use VOF multiphase model and use evaporation model in Phase interaction panel.

Thank you very very much for your reply Sir. Means a lot. :)

Coral.Qing April 25, 2013 00:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by AdarshGouda (Post 410251)
Hi everyone,

I and relatively new to fluent. I am working on this project where a phase change has to be simulated in a tube.

At inlet - liquid phase

At outlet - vapour(gas) phase

Wall of the tube is heated for the phase change to occur.

Which model do I choose. Eulerian-eulerian model or should i use DPM?

Any kind of tutorial from u experts in this regards would help.

Thanks,

Adarsh.:)

hi, have you figure out this question? I also have to do something like this ,but I don't know how to do it. can you help me?


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