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Old   December 12, 2011, 07:33
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hi there,

I am studying at the swiss institue of technology, and i was asked for my master project to better understand the phenomenon of ink drying when hot air is blown on it (air impingement).

ink = water (only the solvent evaporates);

Could anyone explain to me how to model an evaporation on Fluent?

thank you
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