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Old   February 21, 2014, 04:40
Question Surface Condensation Modelling with OpenFOAM
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Dear OpenFOAMers,

For my project, I would like to simulate the surface condensation of water with interPhaseChangeFoam. I would like to simulate the phase change when the temperature reaches the called dew-point temperature.

Then, I have read some posts and I have to customize OpenFOAM, I have already had the temperature equation and my saturation pressure depends on this temperature. Now I have to add the condensing mass flow and I'm lost.

Maybe someone has already tried to simulate them and can help me. I don't find any documentation and I don't find by where to begin.

I work with OF 2.2 and 2.1,

Thank you very much,
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