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Old   February 20, 2007, 07:48
Default how to write udf for evaporation in heat pipe????
Anbazhagan R
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hi... i am doin analysis of heat pipe in fluent. there is evaporation and condensation at the liquid-vapor interface in the evaporator and condenser regions.i know i should write UDF to represent this but i don have any idea how to do it.... can any help me in this problem...? moreover i am considering wick to be a solid region not a porous one.... i think i can represent evaporation as mass addition and condensation as mass deletion but how to represent this in UDF...?
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Old   April 28, 2009, 09:33
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ı have the same problem now. How did you choose this problem.
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