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Old   July 27, 2017, 04:47
Default which solver should be used in simulate LNG gasification
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I want to simulate LNG gasification in water. The temperature of LNG is -169 degrees, and the temperature of water is 25 degrees. Due to temperature difference, the LNG would be gasification. But I meet a question, I don't know which solver should be used in openFoam. And can the gasification process be simulated?
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