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Possibility of simulation of Condensation with Lee Model

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Old   December 2, 2017, 09:45
Default Possibility of simulation of Condensation with Lee Model
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Has anyone ever been able to simulate surface condensation using Lee model in fluent (by manipulating coefficients or soultion conditions and methods most of which I've tried before)?

If not, (a quick glance at forums of this website suggests so) what is the point of including such as useless model for condensation, and repeating this faulty model in different version without improving it?
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Old   March 19, 2018, 12:46
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You are right. This model needs improvement. I mean if you don't have experimental data you could never justify Lee model results...and may end up with colorful fluid dynamics.
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