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Old   January 21, 2013, 13:53
Default simulation of multyphase heat exchanger
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I want to study a heat exchanger, with water (affected by phase change )on the one hand, and other air.
What's the better multyphase model?Why?
Why I don't be able to use a polynomial density for water lyquid and water vapour?(the air is considered as ideal gas)
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