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Old   May 30, 2013, 15:21
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Hi everyone.
I have to simulate cryogenic boiling in fluid film bearings. I am using mixture model with constant rate mass transfer, energy equation and k omega, sst turbulence model, the problem which i am facing is i am getting my maximum temperature equal to the total back flow temperature( the one is set in pressure outlet boundary condition) i vary inlet pressure and totoal back flow temperature but still my maximum temperature is equal to total back flow temperature. Any suggestion how to tackel this problem and what is causing this problem?

Can any one suggest some better way how to model cryogenic boiling in fluid film bearing.

Your co-operation in this regard would be highly appreciated.

Thanks and best regards

Yasir hayat
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