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Old   September 14, 2003, 08:33
Default URGENT!!(multiphase model)
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hello friends,

Can we model axisymmetric domain for analysing multiphase problem.i.e. a cylindrical (cryogenic liquid h2 storage) tank filled with liquid upto some level and occupied by its vapor in the upper space. the tank is closed one. i am using mixture model to simulate evaporation at the liq-vap interface due to heat-inleak from the walls . otherwise do we have to take 3d geometry itself??? i appreciate a quick reply.

Thanks and regards Prasanth
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Old   September 15, 2003, 07:00
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If you don't have computational limits, use a three dimensional model. This way you don't risk to impose non physical symmetry conditions.

Remember that, if your domain is really big, you can decide to scale it.


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