Unlocking the secrets of phase change: Simulate and design evaporating and condensing materials

Phase change is the process by which a substance changes from one state of matter to another. The most common phase changes include the transition from solid to liquid (melting), liquid to solid (freezing), liquid to gas (evaporation), and gas to liquid (condensation). The laws of thermodynamics govern these changes, which are caused by changes in temperature and pressure.

Member Login

Welcome to Revolution in Simulation, an online community. A one-time registration is needed to provide you with free unrestricted access to all Rev-Sim content and to the quarterly newsletter featuring the latest updates, news, events and more.

Not a Registered Member yet? Register once for a RevSim membership