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Old   March 4, 2007, 23:01
Default Vaporization Phase?
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Jason
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Is this possible to do in Fluent and if so how? What I am doing is heating a small volume of a solid material up very hot. I can run the model and get contours of the solid/liquid phase, but I know there should also be a vaporization phase occuring in this problem. How does one go about modeling this? Thanks in advance...

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