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Old   April 7, 2005, 01:39
Default Best way to model finned evaporator in fluent?
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Hi guys,

Was wondering what is the best way to model a finned tube evaporator in fluent. Obviously modelling the individual fins is not effective, and some people have suggestted using porous media. The heat exchanger model seems relevant too?

Any thoughts.

Thank you and regards to all.
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