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Old   May 31, 2009, 10:02
Default Two phase flow with condensation
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I started to work with FLUENT 6 four months ago.
Now, I would like to simulate a two phase flow in a receiver. The receiver has a length of 300 millimeter and a diameter of 20 millimeter. In the receiver, there is a constant pressure.
So I choosed the velocity inlet as boundery condition.
Vapor water and liquid water coming in from this boundery inlet with the vapor fraction of 0.4. The outlet is only 8 millimeters away from the inlet.
Also the receiver is designed in the way, that only the liquid water should flow out. The vapour phase should be concentrated at the top of the receiver and condensate at a certain high (so I also use the energy model).

Does anyone know how to simulate this two phase flow?

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