The calculator below can be used to calculate the final mass and temperature when mixing two fluids.
specific heat (kJ/kg o C, Btu/lb o F)
Calculate required temperature for one of the fluids to achieve a final mixed temperature.
Calculate required mass for one of the fluids to achieve a final mixed temperature.
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