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Old   September 25, 2016, 01:42
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Now, I am trying to simulate boiling flow in a microchannel with the evaporation and condensation model(Lee model). I have made UDFs for the model and simulated it. I have found that the static temperature is even higher than total temperature. I know the relation between the static temperature and total temperature based on Mach number. In the equation, is the total temperature always higher than the static temperature? What is the reason of this results?

And also, I have another question. the macro "C_T(c,t)" indicates a total temperature. Is there a macro for the static temperature?

Please help me...

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