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Old   April 19, 2020, 09:10
Default Heat Exchanger - Condenser
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I am Mechanical Engineering student and I need to do simulation of Tube Heat Exchanger. I made models in SolidWorks and exchanger is an assembly of Shell and Tubes. Water for cooling (coolant) should go through tubes and steam should get through one inlet on shell and go through one outlet on shell (Photos in Description, just starting model to learn how to execute simulation). Now, I don't know how to make this regions for two separate fluids. Do I need to extract inner volume that contains tubes and inner side of shell and what type of Physics do I need to put or maybe two physics (One water which is getting warmer and other steam that is condensing)?
If anyone have some tutorials, tips or examples to help me, I would be very thankful.
Thanks in advance.
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