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Old   September 25, 2006, 03:48
Default CFD for falling film evaporator
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Binglu Ruan
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CFD for falling film evaporator. The liquid Refrigerator R134a is flowing from an inlet onto a horizontal pipe. And then some of the refrigerator vaporizes,while others travelling around the pipe and forming thin film.

I'm wondering whether I have to use the UDFs(Actually I don't like to use this) or just the general multiphase models will be enough for this problem. If so, which models should I use?

Thanks a lot!
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