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Old   July 21, 2011, 23:19
Default anybody know how to define latent heat depend on variable temperature?
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i'm doing a cavitation using different latent heat.
i have read the help and the help says:
For example, if you know the latent heat L at a reference state (T, P), then one way of ensuring that the correct latent heat is obtained at all temperatures and pressures is to set:

but here,i can only set only latent heat at consistent temperature.
anybody know how to set different latent heat depend on variable temperature?
Thank you very much!
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