|March 5, 2014, 09:24||
Melting of a non-eutectic material
Join Date: May 2013
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I would like to simulate the melting behavior of RTHC35. Its a paraffin, but has no eutectic melting point but some kind of a melting range between 27 °C and 42 °C (attached picture).
I tried to simulate the problem by using a solidus temperature of 34 and liquidus of 36 °C with the summed up latent enthalpy of approx. 240000 J/kg, but this doesnt give proper results.
Any ideas how to improve this model? I would need some kind of temperature depend latent heat values...
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