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Old   February 1, 2012, 17:06
Default Precipitation of salt from brine solution
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Guys,
I am supposed to design a tank in which brine water flows in and is superheated to create steam and leave the salt at the bottom of the tank.
I am going to create a salt and water mixture using species transport and then just use energy equations to heat the water to superheated temperature.

My question is: will fluent take care of the precipitation of the salt by itself? Or do I have to set up boundary conditions at outlet indicating only water vapour?

Your help will be greatly appreciated guys

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Old   March 22, 2012, 11:54
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Hi...

... do you have any answer to your problem... y would like to know how to make the precipitation of a brine...

Thanks...
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