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Old   October 8, 2011, 02:24
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In the multiphase models of FLUENT, Wet Steam model applied for the low pressure flow because the nonisothermal correction factor, θ, given for this flow(low pressure flow). For removing this limitation, I will use the other Source Terms for two additional transport equations and change one or both of them. Iím applicant your guidance, Can you help me?


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