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Old   September 18, 2023, 03:48
Default How to calculate nucleation site density, bubble departure diameter etc
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Hello, I am using RPI wall boiling (Eulerian-Eulerian) multiphase model to simulate subcooled flow boiling in a pipe. I want to calculate parameters such as nucleation site density, bubble departure diameter, bubble departure frequency etc. with axial length (as shown in Figure). How can I plot these parameters in post-processing like tecplot or paraview ?

The Figure is from following paper:
Gu, J., Wang, Q., Wu, Y., Lyu, J., Li, S. and Yao, W., 2017. Modeling of subcooled boiling by extending the RPI wall boiling model to ultra-high pressure conditions. Applied Thermal Engineering, 124, pp.571-584.
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