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Default how to incorporate the temperature of fluid in pressure based cavitation model
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I want to simulate a cavitation model in a converging-diverging nozzle.
I use the mixture model where the primary phase is water liquid & the secondary phase is water vapour. the inlet pressure is 248 kpa & the outlet pressure is 101 kpa. the mass flow is 8.78 kg per sec. the temp of the fluid at inlet is 370k. due to heat is not absorbed or released by the fluid throughout the system. we can assume the temp is constant throughout the system, that is 400 k. but I can not incorporate the temp in this model. because there is no option to give the temp in pressure inlet & pressure outlet based cavitation model. So I want to know, how I can incorporate the temp of the fluid in this cavitation model
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