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Old   October 2, 2007, 13:11
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Id like to model a case in which there is a heat transference in two separated fluid regions. In one of then an exotermic reaction takes place and the refrigerating fluid is in the other part. I have thought in using liquid water near its boiling temperature as refrigerating material. I was expecting in having a small volume fraction of water vapor owing to the heat transference but a Im not sure if I have my model well defined. Could anyone help me? Should I have to use a UDF?

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