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Old   April 30, 2018, 03:25
Default Modeling volume and wall condensation together
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Currently, I am using the CFX module in ANSYS 16. In this CFX module, I don't have the option to use wall and volume condensation (through droplet condensation model) together. I have to choose between the two when performing a simulation. I want to know if the CFX modules in ANSYS 18 or 19 are any different in this regard? Or it's the same case?
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