|October 28, 2015, 11:35||
multiRegion with change phase
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I'm working on a thermal exchanger (water/air). It consists in two cylinders, one of then is inside the other. The air goes through the water cylinder via a tube. Initially, the air is 600K and the water is 300K but at the end, water gets 420K......water should evaporate but it doesn't.
I'm using chtMultiRegionSimpleFoam because my model has 2 domains (air tube, water cylinder) but it doesn't take into account the change phase.
I wonder how I can carry out a simulation with both concepts (multiRegion and change phase). Is there a solver, which can do it? or the only way, is the modify the code?
|October 28, 2015, 12:37||
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Location: Stanford University
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may be by not using a multi region solver but a VOF approach? At least this is what you'll learn if you do a literature review.
Last edited by Cyp; October 29, 2015 at 06:34.
|heat, multiregion, phase change|
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