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Old   September 3, 2002, 00:28
Default thermo-flid modelling+multiphase flow
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Is it possible to model thermo-fluid interaction, in which the fluid involves phase change. Water and steam alltogether. water falling on a heated plate and becomming steam, and changes the temperature distribution in the plate. Please help me with your valuable suggestions....thnx
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Old   September 3, 2002, 00:30
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I suppose fluent can do this......they might reply to ur problem.....
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Old   September 3, 2002, 04:56
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Yes, but only the new version Fluent 6.0 can do such multiphase flow with heat and evaporation. I did the same thing for cooling plat in metallurgy.
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Old   September 3, 2002, 06:33
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you'll have to couple the two-phases with mass and momentum source/sink terms relative to evaporation/condensation. probably a segregated solver for resources since you're solving the entire system with energy and very likely turbulence.
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