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Old   February 26, 2013, 13:21
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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.
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It seems to be evaporation. You should use VOF multiphase model and use evaporation model in Phase interaction panel.
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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.
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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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