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Old   March 7, 2012, 05:07
Default Cooling of a static water droplet
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Hi everyone,
i'd like to simulate in Fluent the cooling of a water droplet (a sphere) inside a cube of air at a -20C (fixed temperature).The droplet at beginning is at 15C.I'd like to monitor with a non stationary model, the plot of the temperature of the droplet, to see how many time it takes to the cooling room to bring the droplet at the freezing Temperature.Which model should i use?The room is a 0.5 bar pressure.Is it necessary using mixture model?Thanks
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