Hello Mark !
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You cannot simulate evaporation of fluids with SolidWorks Flow Simulation.
Analyze the flow of up to ten fluids of different types (liquids, gases/steam, real gases, non-Newtonian liquids and compressible liquids). The database contains numerous fluids with predefined properties.
Analyze a problem with multiple fluids of different types, provided you separate the areas of the different fluids from each other using fluid subdomains.
Analyze mutual dissolution of fluids. Mixing fluids must be of the same type.
Define your own fluids.
You can also set various boundary conditions :
For inlet and outlet:
For inlet only:
Flow velocity profile, swirl, or vector
Composition (for assemblies)
Flow Simulation includes these features to view the results:
Point, surface, and volume parameters
You can also obtain the final value of any physical parameter, including flow rate, pressure drop, etc., at a given point, or the maximum, minimum, average, or weighted averaged over a surface or volume area.
Hope this helps !
The reality is that you can build and test one in much less time than it would take to simulate one, and you will have more confidence in the results.
Further, the cost will be much less than the cost of SW Premium.
The learning curve to achieve anything in SW is greater than 150 days.