A numerical simulation of forced convective condensation of propane in an upright spiral tube is presented. In the numerical simulations, the important models are used: implicit volume of fluid (VOF) multiphase model, Reynolds stress (RS) turbulence model, Lee's phase change model and Ishii's concentration model, and also the gravity and surface tension are taken into account. The mass flux and vapor quality are simulated from 150 to 350 kg·m−2·s−1 and from 0.1 to 0.9, respectively. The numerical results show that in all simulation cases, only the stratified flow, annular flow, and mist flow are observed. The heat transfer coefficient and frictional pressure drop increase with the increase of mass flux and vapor quality for all simulation cases. Under different flow patterns and mass flux, the numerical results of void fraction, heat transfer coefficient, and frictional pressure drop show good agreement with the experimental results and correlations from the existing references.