|August 15, 2013, 05:29||
Absence of Table generation (real gas)
Join Date: Jun 2013
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I'm trying to simulate refrigerant R-245fa in ANSYS CFX as a real gas with the Peng Robinson model. I tried with the default temperature and absolute pressure limits for the table generation, but when iterating, the calculations fell out of the limits and it did not converge.
I just tried not activating the table generation limits. A warning appeared, which I just ignored... The solver converged and found a result.
The results are not very satisfying, but I think it should be a problem with the Cp coefficients.
My question is: Is it Ok not to set limits for the table generation and ignore the warning?
Thank you very much
|pengrobinson, r245fa, realgas, tablegeneration|
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