Simulation of Solidification
Solidification, also known as freezing, is a phase change of matter that results in the production of a solid. Generally, this occurs when the temperature of a liquid is lowered below its freezing point. Although the freezing point and melting point of most materials are the same temperature, this is not the case for all substances, so freezing point and melting point are not necessarily interchangeable terms.
You will learn how to do the following through this tutorial:
- Define a solidification problem
- Define pull velocities for simulation of continuous casting
- Define a surface tension gradient for Marangoni convection
- Solve a solidification problem
This tutorial illustrates the setup and solution method for a fluid flow and heat transfer problem involving solidification, namely the Czochralski growth process. The geometry considered is a 2D axisymmetric bowl containing liquid metal.
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