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Old   December 4, 2002, 07:41
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Does anybody have the experience of using FLUENT6.0 to model the steam condensation process? If so, could you please tell me some of your experience. Thank you.
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Old   December 5, 2002, 09:13
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I have the same kind of problem.....if u get any answer from other sources than this, please let me know....thank u....
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Old   December 10, 2010, 13:10
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i'm trying to solve such a problem these days. i just know u must use VOF model and write udf for condensation
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I have some experiences about steam condensation. The udf is the tough part.
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i'm trying to solve such a problem these days. i just know u must use VOF model and write udf for condensation
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do u suceed in the process of condensation by Fluent?
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I have some experiences about steam condensation. The udf is the tough part.
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do u suceed in the process of condensation by Fluent?
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Old   May 9, 2012, 01:20
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In Fluent 12 you have an inbuilt function which takes evaporation/condensation into account.
You have to use Eulerian or mixture model for that.
Then in phase interaction under mass transfer mechanism you can see evaporation / condensation option.

For Fluent 6.0 you need to write an UDF.
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i suggest not to use version 6! It's really difficult to handle with UDF.
by the way, Why is this web so cold?
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Old   May 9, 2012, 09:50
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In Fluent 12 you have an inbuilt function which takes evaporation/condensation into account.
You have to use Eulerian or mixture model for that.
Then in phase interaction under mass transfer mechanism you can see evaporation / condensation option.

For Fluent 6.0 you need to write an UDF.
Thank you for your advice!
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