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Old   March 15, 2013, 15:13
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Hello there,

I'm currently using the VOF multiphase model and I'm using r134a as the fluid in both vapor and liquid phase. I've used the NIST Real Gas to define the r134a, but this model doesn't have support to these flow conditions that I'm using.

Anyone has an idea on how I could select r134a in both vapor and liquid phases in this model?
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