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I am trying to simulate nanofluid (2% by volume graphite nanoparticles in ethyl alcohol base fluid) evaporation. I am considering just one single droplet in air and an external radiation falling on this droplet. What I expect is that ethyl alcohol will vaporize first retaining an agglomerated graphite particle cloud. Could you please advice/share your experience, a) which model to use for nanofluid evaporation? b) how to create solid liquid mixed phase in materials? c) how to consider particle motion inside droplet during evaporation? Any suggestion/comments regarding this topic would be extremely helpful.
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