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Old   July 12, 2014, 04:57
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Hi everyone

i'm using fluent for simulating an injection. because of the hot airstream, the droplets reach the boiling point very fast and there is no chance for most of them to evaporate with law2. but when they reach to boiling point, as said in user guide, they just stay in boiling point and in this case there is no new evaporating!

how can i fix that problem? how they can continue evaporating after reaching the boiling point temperature?

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