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A pore-network model of evaporation of a binary liquid mixture into a ternary gas phase is developed. The model is applied to study the influence of surface tension gradients induced by composition variations of the liquid on the phase distribution within a capillary porous medium. Numerical simulations based on the proposed model show that the surface tension gradients lead to the accumulation of liquid near the open edge of the network. This surface tension gradient effect is only significant for weakly disordered porous media.