Isothermal Spherical Droplet Evaporation
Application ID: 102021
Droplet evaporation is ubiquitous in everyday life and is essential in many industrial processes, such as inkjet printing, cleaning/coating of surfaces, and phase change heat transfer.
This model demonstrates how to model phase transition by a moving exterior boundary condition using the Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian method. The problem is two-dimensional axisymmetric but solved in three dimensions for demonstration purpose.
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