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Old   January 30, 2022, 09:06
Default Multiphase - Gas phase trapped in liquid
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I'm an undergraduate trying to simulate evaporation below boiling temperature, using Eulerian model with ranz-marshall for heat transfer and mass transfer.

Problem: liquid hexane in a vessel over which flows air. Unfortunately mass transfer (liquid hexane -> vapor hexane) happens in the middle of the pool, and will not get out of it. I thought it would happen due to huge difference of density (gravity on).
Main point was to see the interaction between air flow and created hexane vapor.


I'll gladly provide more setup information etc.

Would love to see your input.
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