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Old   January 5, 2018, 02:27
Default Realisation of density for melting process of ice
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Hi,

now I tried to simulate a melting process of ice. I could show the result of liquid fraction of ice with solidification/melting function.

But the problem is, the density of ice is almost constant, but the density of water is not constant but depend on temperature.

I have to show the change of density during melting.

That means I have to realise the density jump up from 0.9167 g/cm3 to 0.9998 g/cm³ at the temperature exact 0 grad Celsius, that means at the exact point of phase change! (Ice -> Water)


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