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Old   March 8, 2016, 03:48
Question non-equilibrium condensation of CO2
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I want to model non-equilibrium condensation in a nuzzle with CO2.

According to the properties interpolation of an .RGP file in Ansys CFX 17, liquid side interpolation below the critical point is unsupported for .rgp files.
Moreover, It can be accessed only with an .rgp file and some custom flow solver CCL that forces the flow solver to read the 2D tables for liquid.
Now, I have the 2 d rgp table for CO2 (liquid and gas separately but in one table) and now I want to force the flow solver to interpolate the liquid part of the table by using a CCL.
Is there any CCL file to do this? Or I would appreciate if you could guide me regarding this issue.
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