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Old   May 19, 2011, 08:15
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I am trying to set up a model for gas release from water.
I have used the cavitation model with two water phases, one for water and one for the dissolved gas. Then the saturation of dissolved gas can be specified. But I don't know if the cavitation model may be used for this purpose. Have anyone tried this?
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