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Old   November 4, 2006, 00:59
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Irfan Momin
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multiphase modelling & simulation I am doing M E in Heat Power Engg in Govt. College of Engg. Karad. My Dissertation work is "Enhancement of boiling by adding different surfactant& bubble simulation " which includes surface tension effect, & reduce critical heat flux i.e. to reduce pool boiling curve towards left & to prepare model for bubble formation & CFD simulation. Anybody have information regarding to above topic . Then please help me. Send me papers or link or your work. Thanking you.
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Old   November 4, 2006, 19:05
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Look for the codes 'TRIO-EF', 'TRIO-U' and 'SATURNE' on the web. I think they are used by Texas A&M for this type of simulation. Type 'TRIO-EF boiling cfd' in the google. They have been validated in US, Germany, Korea, France, etc...

I don't think you get anywhere with fluent. Fluent is better for flow in porous media due to their scheme called 'PRESTO'

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