Is it possible to reproduce the simulation results from the build-in Small Droplet Model for Heat Transfer?
March 17, 2023 at 1:11 pmSolutionParticipant
The Droplet Condensation Model is useful for situations where a dry (or near-saturation) two-phase flow undergoes rapid pressure reduction leading to nucleation and subsequent droplet condensation. There are build-in models available describing the mass and heat transfer between phases. How to reproduce the ANSYS CFX Solver behavior when using a user-defined Small Droplet Model for the Heat Transfer is described in the attached document.
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