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Old   April 13, 2013, 17:26
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Hi, I'm studying melting of paraffin in a box made of bakelite to prevent heat dissipation. The heat flow came from the base of the box that is made of copper and it is constant in time.
I want to simulate the phase change and the melting with Ansys but I don't have much experience, can anyone help me step by step?
I really appreciate that, thanks, bye.

P.S.: I will pay for a good tutorial.

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