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Hey everybody,

i wanna simulate an effort of my university. The topic is, vaporize water with an tungsten-filament. One project group is making the efforts and creating result files. I wanna simulate the cases they made (tungsten-filament with different heat flux parameters).

I guess i can use the interPhaseChangeFoam but is there a temperature solving included? Its for cavitation and i think just getting bubbles couse of too low pressure, or?

I asked 2 good cfd-openfoam- ing. and they said there must be a solver for that problem.

so the question how solver can i use? Is there any special solver?
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tobi

PS: hope everyone knows what i wanna do
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