|August 12, 2014, 01:03||
Standard State Enthalpy in Condensation
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I'm Solving a condensation problem in Ansys Fluent. How do I define the Standard State Enthalpy for steam ( Vapour ) and Water for this process ?
I had checked a Boiling tutorial where they get the SSE of water to 0. And there is also a negative sign used, does it denote heat released ?
Can someone explain the theory in brief please.
|ansys, condensation, fluent, standard state enthalpy, steam|
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