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Old   August 1, 2001, 21:43
Default Steam condensation
kang hyung seok
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I'd like to simulate the phenomena of steam condensation in liquid pool with CFX4 or CFX5.

Steam condition : 1.8MPa, almost saturated vapor,

Liquid pool condition : 0.1MPa, room temperature

Does anyone has the experience about it? Please help me.

Thank you so much.
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Old   August 2, 2001, 04:46
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Bart Prast
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CFX Tascflow can do it
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Old   August 10, 2001, 06:55
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It is possible to simulate yr reactor problem with CFX-4 but you have to model the entire condensation process by USRIPT and USRSRC by yrself ! This is a very ambitioning task. We have needed one year for that. main problem is the pressure for two-phases..

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Old   August 12, 2010, 04:46
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hello everyone,
can I use srk eos as udf with "wet steam" model for a high pressure real gas?
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