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Old   October 30, 2019, 12:19
Default Bubble growing issue in Nucleate pool boiling
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Hello everyone,
I am working with Nucleate boiling simulations. I have found that the bubble slides on the super-heated surface while growing. What could be the reason behind it and how to solve this issue? Any idea would be appreciated. Thank you.

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Old   November 3, 2019, 05:18
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Yet not finding any solution. Is it the kinetic energy responsible for the movement of the bubble on the heated surface while growing?
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