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Old   January 21, 2007, 14:10
Default Heat Pipes - Fluent vs. Solidworks
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Anthony B
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Hello,

Does anyone have any experience in producing a computerized model of a heat pipe? We are pretty confident Fluent would be our best bet. We are a little unclear of some of the assumptions to make, especially since we have two phase flow. Any advice is greatly welcomed.

Anthony
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Old   January 22, 2007, 05:25
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hi i am also working on heat pipe modelling.i thing flent is the best and i am strugling with writing udf.u can use vof or mixture model.i am strugling with writting udf .
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Old   February 6, 2007, 00:03
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hey we too are workin on the same two phase flow heat pipe model!we have made some assumptions but arnt too sure whether that would deliver the required results!!

kindly keep me updated if you have a breakthrough using fluent!! and please tell me whether ansys 10.0 can be used??
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hi i am also working on heat pipe modelling.i thing flent is the best and i am strugling with writing udf.u can use vof or mixture model.i am strugling with writting udf .
Hi mr friend, could you please send me yiur UDF abou heat pipe modeling,
thanks a lot
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