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Old   May 25, 2022, 02:12
Default Not able to capture the alpha.water as expected
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Hi guys,
I am developing a solver using interPhaseChangeFoam for modelling evaporation. I added energy equation and created a phase change model in PhaseChangeTwoPhaseMixtures folder and compiled it and solver, But when I run test case of stephens problem interface is not moving,it is staying in the same position from starting to ending of time step. I am attaching a pic .


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