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Old   December 12, 2015, 06:56
Default Evaporation and condensation model in VOF
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hi guys. i have read several threads and saw that evaporation and condensation model does not work with VOF in fluent. Is that true can anyone confirm?

Is UDF the only way to simulate evaporation and condensation in VOF?
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