|August 16, 2011, 14:03||
Wet-Steam model for co2 compressor
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I am working on the simulation of supercritical CO2 in a radial compressor. I have to deal with condensation and I was wondering which would be the best way to approach the problem in Fluent.
Can I use a wet-steam model with CO2 properties?
Alternatively, is it possible to use real gas (User defined) with VOF and UDF for condensation?
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