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Old   July 10, 2018, 14:16
Default Conjugate heat transfer with phase change produced wrong temperature
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We are looking for an OpenFOAM solver that can model conjugate heat transfer with phase change, for an on-going project.

We tried modifying “chtmultiregionfoam” to add a vapor volume fraction term with latent heat into the EEqn source term. However, since chtmultiregionfoam is enthalpy based, the temperature jumps during phase change (due to enthalpy jump).

Please let me know if there is any solver/solution that can model two phase conjugate heat transfer correctly.

If anyone has made a custom code, we are open to idea of collaborating with you. Feel free to message me for more discussion.

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