|August 3, 2013, 14:42||
Regarding Entropy Generation
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I am modelling a rectangular natural circulation loop with isothermal heat source and heat sink and the rest of the surfaces adiabatic.This whole system is isolated from the surroundings.
I am using carbon dioxide as a fluid and employing NIST real gas model in the subcritical region of CO2.
I have specified uniform wall thickness throughout and enabled the "Shell Conduction" option.
I want to calculate entropy generation in the various regions of the loop so as to optimize its design.Does Fluent readily do this or do I have to calculate using the post-processor.
Any help is appreciated.Thnx
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