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Old   October 24, 2013, 09:18
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Hi,

I am working on Cavitation problem in fluent v14.5 and wanted to use Singhal cavitation model as my fluid has some Noncondensable gases. Apparently I found only two cavitation models 1) Schnerr-Saucer 2) Zwart-Geber-Belamri but as per fluent theory guide, it has three cavitation models.
Is there any TUI command to enable it.
Any help is appreciated!

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From Fluent User's Guide, section 25.4.3:

To enable the Singhal et al. cavitation model, use the solve/set/expert text command and answer yes to use Singhal-et-al cavitation model?. The Singhal-Et-Al Cavitation Model option will now be visible in the Phase Interaction dialog box, under the Mass tab. Enable this option to include the Singhal et al. cavitation model.
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