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Old   February 6, 2004, 06:59
Default plz..urgunt
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hi all..

I am new user of cfd-fluent...I am working on heat exchanger model..where air heat absorber and alumenium as wall at higher problem is, I assume that water droplets may form on fins(al). I want to model water(drops) zone on fins in gambit. I am using fluent 6.0 .Should i mesh the water droplets? what type of boundary condition should use? need of any continuum type to specify?

please, if my question is not clear....ask me.

thanks in advance


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Old   February 6, 2004, 19:06
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You dont need to create mesh for water droplets. Just mesh your fin and wall. Then use either DPM model or other Multi phase models to simulate the water droplets.

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Old   February 8, 2004, 03:56
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thanku very much for ur response

thing is if I dont mesh water droplets the wall(fin boundary) which shares with droplets cold not export to the fluent. if i stll could not explain it clerly, please allow me to give mail to mail that i can send a simple model to u thanking u...

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