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Sas October 2, 2010 07:49

Evolution of heat
 
Simulates the process of heating the material (limestone)
How to specify the properties to him that in the range 900-1000 degrees. is the absorption of heat in an amount of 1660 kJ / kg?


P.S. my interest and how to set the CFX heat from the passage of solid state reactions in the material.

ghorrocks October 4, 2010 18:00

Cp is easy. Heat absorbed/given off due to chemical reactions is a bit trickier. Have a look in the tutorials for how to specify chemical reactions.

Sas October 5, 2010 10:30

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Originally Posted by ghorrocks (Post 277772)
Cp is easy. Heat absorbed/given off due to chemical reactions is a bit trickier. Have a look in the tutorials for how to specify chemical reactions.

Cp is the specific heat as I understand?
It can be given to changing the length of the furnace.

And how to set that will be releasing heat to the material in the range of 1200-1250 degrees without using a chemical reaction.

ghorrocks October 5, 2010 20:17

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Cp is the specific heat as I understand?
It can be given to changing the length of the furnace.
I have no idea what you mean by this.

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And how to set that will be releasing heat to the material in the range of 1200-1250 degrees without using a chemical reaction.
You cannot do it by adjusting Cp, unless the heat released/absorbed is small (which is usually not true). You may be able to do it with a source but probably the best way forwards is with a chemical reaction.


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