# UDF code for condensation

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 May 7, 2004, 03:32 UDF code for condensation #1 Dae Whan Kim Guest   Posts: n/a Hello! Does anybody has a udf code for condensation? I need udf code for source term of Volume Fraction Equation. This equation is at here. " http://gong.snu.ac.kr/down/on-line-d...ug/node681.htm " I will thanks to any kind of help.

 May 7, 2004, 22:07 Re: UDF code for condensation #2 Nr Guest   Posts: n/a Hi sorry for distrubing! I think I have the same problem to do with you! My project is to simulate the process of condensation on a cold free surface! For I am a newer Fluent user, so can you give me some suggestion or help for me to do this project! Thanks for your help!

 May 8, 2004, 21:04 Re: UDF code for condensation #3 co2 Guest   Posts: n/a well, modeling condensation involves dealing with two phases - condensed liquid and yet to condense vapor. you will have to write with a UDF to deal with conversion of vapor into liquid -- function of vapor pressure and temperature etc. I think the conversion back from the liquid to vapor will be some source term at the point -- at the same time you need to make sure that you take out same kg/sec out of the condensate -- I dont know of any already written code -- but I am also trying to play around with this problem -- I will let you know if I suceed.

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 Originally Posted by co2 ;112406 well, modeling condensation involves dealing with two phases - condensed liquid and yet to condense vapor. you will have to write with a UDF to deal with conversion of vapor into liquid -- function of vapor pressure and temperature etc. I think the conversion back from the liquid to vapor will be some source term at the point -- at the same time you need to make sure that you take out same kg/sec out of the condensate -- I dont know of any already written code -- but I am also trying to play around with this problem -- I will let you know if I suceed.
hi,guy
do you suceed in the process of condensation by Fluent?

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