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Old   February 19, 2004, 05:11
Default simulation two phase closed thermosyphon
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mohammad reza
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i am working on performance of two phase closed thermosyphon.can i use fluent software for simulation of two phase closed thermosyphon? thank you for recoments and guides
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Old   February 21, 2004, 07:28
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Hi; In general you can simulate some multiphase flows of some kinds in Fluent. If your phases make a continuose domain, you should use the multiphase model else, you should use the discrete phase model. I think that for your problem you should use the first option. If the surface tracking of phases is important for you, you should use the multiphase VOF model and...

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Old   February 24, 2004, 05:33
Default heat tran simulation two phase closed thermosyphon
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can you help me for heat transfer simulation condensation/boiling in two phase closed thermosyhon?
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