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Old   April 24, 2013, 14:58
Default How can i model two phase for two seperate fluids in fluent?
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I try to do fluent simulation for condenser of power plant
this condenser uses a cooling fluid to condense the steam to saturated liquid and the cooling fluid gained this heat to evaporate.
So, the cooling fluid is two phase converts from liquid to vapor ( it inlets as liquid and gains heat to become vapor. in the other side the steam loss its heat to cooling fluid to become saturated liquid.there is copper wall between them to act the heat transfer wall.
If anyone can help??????????????
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