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Old Jan 27th 2009, 08:36 AM   #1
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Time-Temp relationship with phase-change

I am a college student working on a senior design project, I was wondering if someone might share some info about the subject in the title. We have a freeze thaw cabinet and I am looking for equations/info on how much time the phase change will take at different surrounding temperatures for different ammounts of ice. Again, any information is appriciated, I am a EE and it has been a while since my calc-physics classes.
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