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I am currently working on a project that cools water moving through a chilled aluminum block. I am not familiar with the math/physics involved and would like some direction or recommendations. My project is currently setup so that I suction 32oz of 70 degree F water out of tank1 and pump it through a chilled aluminum water block into tank2. I am aiming to get the water coming out of the chilled water block to 33 degrees F. I am trying to figure out what calculation I would use to calculate how many BTUs need to be removed from the water to chill it to my desired temperature for the whole 32oz. The water is flowing at a rate of 8oz every 42 seconds. If there is anyone that may be able to help me with some calculations I would appreciate it.
Frank
Frank