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Old   June 16, 2007, 07:51
Default Multiple phase model selection
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Subramanian.J
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Hi,

I am doing the refrigerator ejector simulation in which high pressure water is mixing with refrigeration vapor and condensing takes place in the mixing chamber.

There are three phases(water, refrigerator vapor and liquid). Can i use mixture model, eurlerian model or vof model.

Anybody did same type of simulations. Please give your suggestions and experiences in this application.

thanks in advance cheers JSM
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