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Old   April 8, 2008, 06:51
Default viscous model in evaporation
Elham Sharifzadeh
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I Simulated a Cooling Tower (which used in cement factory) to find the flow field inside the tower and also water droplet vaporization conditions (which injected to the tower in order to decrease the hot gas temperature) by FLUENT, two years ago.

At that time I and my professor used k-epsilon model as viscous model but some of our colleagues believed that we should use Reynolds Stress Model.

Now I want to simulate another tower and I would like to be sure in this regard. So, if anybody has any experience in solving water evaporation by FLUENT software I would be appreciated to know his or her experience.

Thanks & Regards,

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