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Old   April 14, 2011, 17:04
Default Temperature Vapor Patch
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Hey guys!

I am trying to simulate a vapor patch in a channel and I was wondering how to assign a boundary condition (a thermal boundary condition) to the vapor patch. The patch was created by adapting a region in the channel and I need to assign it to the saturation temperature of the vapor.

I tried separating the cells but you get an error about hanging nodes when you do that.

Help me here please.


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