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Hallo everyone,

I would appreciate some help as i am trying to solve a problem in Fluent

The problem is evaporative cooling two phase flow in a cooling tower more specific inside a cylindrical plastic tube hot water is flowing over the wooden packings while there is a counter flow of air which cools the water.Some of the water drops down while a portion of it evaporates.

Can someone help me out on how i have to set my boundary and cell zone conditions in order to solve it?I have been trying much time now based on tutorials but no luck.

I would greatly appreciate any help at all.


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