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Old   September 27, 2020, 06:53
Question Defining Relative Humidity while Solving a Simulation with Droplet Evaporation
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Dear all,

This is my first time working with the evaporation model in STARCCM+. I am going to simulate evaporation of water-glycerin droplets. I have used Lagrangian multi-phase with the following settings as shown in the attached picture. However, I am wondering where should I insert the relative humidity (RH)? As I know, two factors are very important, Temperature and RH. The temperature tab exists under the "Reference Values". However, there is no sign of RH.

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