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Old   February 16, 2004, 10:48
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iam doing project in two phase flow in double pipe heat exchanger(condensor).Is fluent will support the two phase flow.if it.then how we can give the boundary condition.i need some help regarding this two phase flow in condensor(HE).any one help me in this,it will be useful for my project thanking you yours truly apremanand

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Old   February 18, 2004, 15:27
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Nishith Dwivedi
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hi, if ur sysytem is turbulent then depending upon model used.. u can define one phase as primary and other as secondary. the for primry phase u have to enter the volume fraction, which u can calculate by knowing the volume flow rate of both the streams.
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Old   April 28, 2011, 05:33
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i have same problem with you..
i already try to use multiphase volume of fluid..
but, for the result i'm not sure it is correct because it is error when it iterate..
do you use energy equation? what model do you uses? k- epsilon?
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