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Old   March 14, 2001, 06:59
Default About the salt crystallization in steam
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I am working on the simulation of the salt crystallization process in the steam in a temperature range from 300k to 500k. I hope to get the size and number distributions of the salt crystals.

If somebody is familar in this region, could you provide me some information about the NaCl crystallization numerical model and may be the solubility properties of NaCl in supersaturated steam?

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