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Processes => Mixing => Topic started by: Soren Jessen on January 04, 2016, 01:31:12 PM

Title: MIX and resulting specific conductance temperature
Post by: Soren Jessen on January 04, 2016, 01:31:12 PM
The attached input file mixes two pure water solutions, each with a default temperature of 25 deg. C.

When the MIX fractions are 0.333 and 0.666 (i.e., three decimals or more 3s and 6s, respectively) the specific conductance of the MIX'ed solution is reported to be given at 24 deg. C.

Testing with non-pure solutions and reaction_temperature shows that the value for the spec. cond. is - correctly - for 25 deg. C, though.

Don't ask me if this is relevant for anybody ever or how I came across this :-)
Title: Re: MIX and resulting specific conductance temperature
Post by: dlparkhurst on January 04, 2016, 05:01:56 PM
I won't question the relevancy. The temperature was converted to an integer by truncating, which took 24.9999... to 24. I'll change the format.