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Old   August 4, 2011, 11:19
Question CFX13.0 problem, please help
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Yun Kang
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Dear All,

I am using CFX13.0, trying to simulate a boiling process.

The water is flowing in a narrow passage between the outwall of the cylinder and the insulation layer. The heat release rate of the cylinder outwall is known. The water is expected to take the heat to cool the cylinder.

I am using the Wall Boiling Model in CFX and I have done all the settings. However, the calculation results showed that too much water has been vaporized.

Could you please have a look and help me understand what is wrong with it?

Many thanks.

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