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Old   July 18, 1999, 10:42
Default SABRE - modelling water
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Evi Georgakopoulou
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I am using CFD trying to model a water fountain inside an atrium area. I don't know which formula(s) I need to use for the rate of evaporation and how to model the water. Can somebody please help me giving me suggestions on what to do?

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Evi Georgakopoulou
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