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Old   January 5, 2006, 20:48
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hello everyone: i use the cavitation model (fluent 6.1.2).i have some questions. 1:in fluent tut-files 17 (fluent6.1) they set the vaporization pressure 3540Pa,the operating pressure 0pa, but in tut-13(fluent 5) they set the vaporization pressure 80000pa ,the operating pressure 101325pa, in tut-16(fluent nov7, 2001) the set vaporization pressure 101175pa,operating pressure 101325pa. why they set the different vaporization pressure? 2: vaporization pressure is the function T, if in the case, T=300k the vaporization pressure should be const, 2365.5pa,(operating pressure 101325pa),why they set different? 3: please tell me how to set the vaporization pressure?


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