- Yes, you can see the temperature gradient.
- Yes, you can compare this with experiment result, But you need to set the material properties and boundary conditions as accurate as possible.
thank you for answer my question,
Phase change material(PCM) is CaCl2.6H2O.
first, PCM is solid and then input heat fluid will melt the PCM, in this wise PCM will store the heat.
1800 kg /m3
1560 kg /m3
190 kj /kg
- 1.09 W /m2 K
- 1.54 W /m2 K
- 1.46 kj /kg K
- 2.13 kj /kg K
are those features to introduce the solidworks material? because CPs and CPf are not in solidworks
and to be phase change absolutely
again thank you
Phase change can not be taken into account with Flow Simulation. Anyways, the most efficient way is to contact your turkish reseller to discuss what is possible before investing more time.
Yes, you need to have a license of SOLDIWORKS Flow Simulation to do it.