Please help. I am Trying to calculate the time taken to freeze a 16" carbon steel pipe that is full of water with no flow. The water is at 20 oC and am using Liquid nitrogen feed into an insulated pipe freezing jacket surrounding the pipe to freeze it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If anyone can help with the calculations then your help would be much appreciated.

thanks

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# Pipe Freezing Calculations

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