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Old   September 21, 2020, 17:27
Post Solver to use for water evaporation when heat source is above the water
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Hi. I am actually kind of new in using OpenFOAM (as it has been required by one of my courses now). I watched different tutorials and read different guides about heat transfer analysis/simulation but I can't seem to find any details if how to make it that the heat source is coming from above the water surface to make it evaporate?

I tried the multiphase/interPhaseChangeFOAM but it seems that the heat source is in the right (or your may change it and I just don't know how); then the icoReactingMultiPhaseInterFoam do have the pool evaporation but the heat source is only coming from below.

I would really appreciate any help. Thank you!
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