|July 1, 2004, 15:04||
UDF condensation two gases
I am a student in mechanical engineering. My problem is : I want to create a UDF for condensation modelling near condensers. I have a mixture of air and hydrogen and only the h20 vapor included in air will condense. I would like to take this condensation away from my system, which is entirely closed and governed by natural convection. So the mass, the energy....would have to disapear in a kind of " virtual sink" from the equations, but I don't really know how I can do that!! Do someone have an example of udf to send me? if yes, i would be so thankful!! otherwise if someone has a piece of information, that would be great!!
Thank you in advance.
PS: i've check the forum archive to see if their some responses, but even if the problem appears quite often, i didn't see something helpful! Maybe I didn't see the right discussions....
Regards, Thaony A.
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