March 14, 2021 at 4:33 pmhsienfahsSubscriberncan you help me to determine what i should put the value of source term ( w/cubic meter)nknowing that i have a resistor 1200 watt with (3 cm diameter and height 13 cm )nheating water in a tank of volume 0.035 cubic meternnplease advise
March 14, 2021 at 9:12 pmhsienfahsSubscriberi am designing a electric hot water storage tank volume 35 LITER and diameter of tank 21.1 cm and height 100 cm nand i want to use a source term ( resistor ) nso my issue is to know this valueplease advise
March 14, 2021 at 9:46 pmYasserSelimaSubscribern(1200 / Volume ) where the volume is the volume of the resistance only if you adding adding the source to the volume of the resistor onlyn
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