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Old   November 4, 2022, 03:44
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hi, im studying onto condensation of co2 using ansys fluent.

i want to see about condensation of co2 gas to liquid.
i tried, but there is no condensation.
there is a little problem.
as you know in multiphase(VOF), fluent need standard state enthalpy in Materials
but there is no co2 liquid standard state enthalpy. yes i know it cannot be exist.
so anyone can help me about this situation?
just i think the condensation(co2 gas to liquid) is not proper in fluent.

thank you for reading.

(that i want is 60bar's co2 gas condensed co2 liquid, passing through the pipe(diameter : 360mm))
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