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Old   September 5, 2005, 20:33
Default Seawater evaporation model
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Gerardo Trejo
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I am working on a 2d model involving seawater evaporation. The problem is that as it changes phase, the saline concentration changes, and theefore it boiling point. Has anyone done so? Probably is using a UDF, but I'd appreciate some pointers
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