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Old   September 8, 2006, 11:27
Default define mass transfer - define source
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hi I have a probblem with boiling (defined by DEFINE_MASS_TRANSFER or DEFINE_SOURCE) using standard (provided by Fluent) tutorials - means udf`s from I can get boiling of water (both in VOF and Mixture model) but.... the temperatures are stupid. In liquid pase temperature is OK but in gas phase it reach maximum or minimum temperature (from temp. on beginning = 350K to 1K or 5000K which are max and min. temperatures in FLUENT). Do you happen to know what to do? Meybe you had the same problem. regards g
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