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Old   April 10, 2013, 05:55
Default Creating 2 phases distillation reactor using ansys
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Hi all,

I'm currently modelling the distillation reactor involves 2 phases (liquid and gas). I want to simulate the effects of different temperature distribution in the reactor on the extraction factor (output vapor) of the evaporated input liquid. However, I'm new to ANSYS-Fluent, so i would like to ask whether there are any similar or relevant tutorials regard this topic or someone can give me some simple ideas on doing this. I'm even stuck at producing the proper geometry model. Thanks for all the help.
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The geometry and meshing are done. Need some advises on setting the setup in Fluent model setup.
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