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Default melting/solidification and evaporation-condensation Fluent modules linking
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Hello everyone:


Could anyone please give me any idea or clue in the following problem. I am working on a problem that involves melting of a solid into liquid and the generated liquid evaporates and condenses. In Fluent two modules: (a) melting/solidification and, (b) evaporation-condensation are available with VOF model. However, in my testing, they do not work together. Is it possible to link both the modules? In other words, is it possible to link the volume fraction of phase 1 (solid/liquid) to the volume fraction of phase 2 (vapor) using UDF or other means?



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