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Old   December 19, 2005, 06:25
Default Condensation modeling
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I have a problem in which subcooled water is poured on a surface kept in superheated steam atmosphere. Initial surface temperatures are higher than saturation. I have to track the liquid front for such a case so as to study rewetting of surfaces. Is such a thing possible to do with PHOENICS 3.6 ? Is IPSA full capable of doing such simulations? As far as i understand, IPSA is only for saturated conditions and not superheated.

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