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Old   October 24, 2009, 08:51
Default DPM particles heat transfer at constant temperature
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Hello im trying to simulate the change of fase (liquid-solid) of particles so i need to lose heat at constant temperature, any ideas?

i've simulated using an equivalent Cp already.

the process is something like from 140 to 132.7º --- Cp=1334, massflow=14

at 132.7 loses 224000*massflow

132.7-0º.........Cp=1334 again!

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