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Old   August 3, 2012, 04:59
Default Liquid spray evaporation on hot tube walls
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I'm having some troubles with selecting proper multiphase models for modeling liquid water spray on hot tube walls. There is no gaseous inlet in the system (only the liquid spray).

Does this make the DPM inapplicable (volume fraction)?
Is an Eulerian-Eulerian approach possible?

Water flowrate: 0,003 kg/s
Tube cross-sect area: 1,6e-4 m2
Wall temp: 520K

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