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Old   April 25, 2006, 11:30
Default How to model spray condensor in 3-D?
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Hello, Now I am trying to model a spray condensor of water in 3-D. It comes down to a retangular box which has a air-steam mixture with higher temperature. I know the mass flow rate of the spray water and bubbly size. And I know the pressure outlet boundary condition. Which model will be better? Thanks!
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