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Two-Phase Modeling Using PHOENICS
Posted Mon November 14, 2005 @10:50AM
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Help Desk Arnie writes "Hi,

I am working on a project for simulating two-phase steam-water flows using PHOENICS. Is there anybody familiar with PHOENICS? I am unable to fully understand the meaning of variables: 'CFIPS' and 'CINT'.

Also I would appreciate if you could suggest me some text reference for two-phase CFD. If anybody has done any such boiling/condensation simulations, help me out and if you could, please give me a comparison of the capability of present day CFD codes to simulate two-phase boiling/condensation flows.

Thanks a lot for your time and consideration.


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