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cooling process inside jacket tank

cooling process inside jacket tank

cooling process inside jacket tank

(OP)
Hi guys,
When we have volume of the tank capacity of 1500 kg and used for the cooling process, the product temperature in the tank is 85 oC and will be cooled by cooling water which is passed through the tank jacket with the final product temperature being 45 oC (cooling water flow 15 M3/hour). If the volume capacity of the cooling water in the jacketing tank is 400 liters, how we calculate energy needed to cool the product from 85 oC to 45 oC and time taken to cool the product from 85 oC to 45 oC?
Need advise on this

best regards,charls

RE: cooling process inside jacket tank

(OP)
Thanks Pierre

Regards,
Charles

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