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Old   April 3, 2007, 09:39
Default Temperature solution in two-phase
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Asghari
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Hi all;

How to solve temperature in fluent software in locations where phase changes(phase jump) in flows without condensation and evaporation,Regarding of : In interface {gradian(phase1)/=gradian(phase2) , because K(phase1)/=K(phase2)}. K is conductivity.

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