Numerical investigation of the temperature field of a dam with freezing columns
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The problem of interconnected heat and mass transfer is numerically solved. The temperature field of a dam with an artificial freezing antifiltration curtain is determined.
KeywordsMass Transfer Statistical Physic Temperature Field Numerical Investigation Artificial Freezing
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