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Old   August 14, 2023, 09:18
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I simulate absorption which is mass transfer into the droplets. I created the UDF and I would like to use it together with standard vaporization law. Is it possible or do I have to include everything into one UDF?

It tried to call vaporization law inside my UDF but it gives me wrong results (extremely high temperatures and overestimated evaporation). My guess is that since the droplet mass increases due to absorption, the evaporation does not work properly. The use of DEFINE_DPM_SWITCH gives me just one law based on specific criteria right?
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