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Old   March 2, 2005, 03:53
Default the volatilization after coating the paint
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Jay
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Hi all. I need your help to solve my problem.

I want to find the result the thickness after coating the paint on the even wall. As time goes, the solvent is going to evaporate(volatilization), and finally there will be just the solid of the paint.

I would like to ask how can approach to solve the problem? I know I could solve with the vof model and a udf program. Could you give me more detailed information about the UDF or anything that I need??

Thanks in advance. Jay
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Old   March 2, 2005, 04:36
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It is difficult to resolve this problem. Because the data is not enough to get the modelling formulas. If you get the formulas, the problem is becoming to simpliness. After that you can use UDFs to resolve this problem.

Good lucky.

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