|December 9, 2009, 07:48||
Modeling 2-phase flow in a 3-D system consisting of 3 distinct sections
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I need help in Modeling 2-phase flow in a 3-D system consisting of 3 distinct sections.
Problems i am facing,
1. If i use the euler model for multiphase flow, i am unable to have pressure jumps in the system. (do i need to make a compressor and expansion device within the system to have pressure changes?)
2. If i use the mixture model for multiphase flow, i am unable to specify
the fluids within each section.
Details: I have 3 different fluids (A,B,C), 2 gases (A,B) and 1 liquid (C). I need to have component B and C in one section of the system, and component A in the other 2 sections.
Components B (gas) and C (liquid) have the same chemical formula.
I expect to have components B and C change in quantities as evaporation and condensation occurs. (I don't have a UDF to specify the mass transfer and the change in energy due to phase change, i think its required, but i don't know how to make one)
Please help. Any information related to this topic would help.
Last edited by CFDUSER-A; December 9, 2009 at 08:18. Reason: more info
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