|October 6, 2010, 06:16||
how is it possible: temperature higher than saturation temperature???
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I am modeling a two phase flow (water and steam) and pressure is constant.
There s a heat source. Water evaporates at Tsat and steam phase is formed. Vol fraction increases. I see in the post processing that I get temperature higher than the sat temperature (super heated steam). I don't think this is correct, because the vol fraction of steam is nowhere 1. How is it possible that I find temp higher than sat temp even if vof steam < 1? Does the state-enthalpy in material has to do with that?
Please advice me!
Last edited by domino; October 6, 2010 at 17:23.
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