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Old   September 25, 2013, 04:55
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HI all,
I am working on a case of two phase fluid flow(water:liquid-vapor) at 0.2mm/s in a circular duct of dia 5 mm and length 60 mm. I want to model this in 2D first with upper wall having a heat flux of 14000 wperm2 and the lower wall being symmetric. the outlet B.C is pressure outlet. How do i simultae this in ANsys fluent is it possible. I have tried all the models but the phasees option in contours show uniform phase.Pleas ehlp me out on this.
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