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Old   October 14, 2021, 04:06
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i`m jason.

i wanna ask something for you.
1. is it possible to analysis as a time on droplet domain?(but fluent is steady state)
2. condensation occurs when the outside temperature meets the cold outside temperature in a tube with warm gas flow.
i wanna know if the condensate can converge over time.

the geometry is a J-shape tube, and the initial conditions are as follows ;
inlet pressure : 1.5bar
inlet temperature : 323K
temperature outside : 262K

i`d appreciate it if you could answer.
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