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Old   August 3, 2004, 11:47
Default Which model to use?
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Raj
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Hi- I have to model a channel that reduces from room temperature to nearly -40 C. The channel is filled with liquid fuel with water particles entrapped in it (like mist). Now as the temperature reduces, water particles would freeze at 0 C, but not the fuel. So, can anyone suggest a suitable model to simulate these conditions. I use CFD-ACE or FLUENT.
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