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== Application questions ==
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=== Freezing solutions ===
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Question: I need to mention that our project involves freeze-desalination. In this method, the saline water with a variety of dissolved salts is cooled to temperatures below liquid line to create ice. The remaining solution becomes more concentrated due to removal of pure water in the form of ice crystals. We wanted to make sure that the product you quoted can analyze the freezing process. The main salts include NaCl, MgCl2, KCl, CaCl2, phosphate salts and possibility of other metal salts
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Answer: The MSE model, should be suitable for this application. It can easily handle the freezing of salt solutions. Note that the AQ model should not be used for this purpose. Yes, we have these salts
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== Industrial questions ==
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=== What does OLI model in the nuclear industry? ===
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We have done is the water evaporation of nuclear waste as well as traditional boiler feed water chemistry

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On this page we gather frequently asked questions that apply across all the OLI software products.

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Application questions

Freezing solutions

Question: I need to mention that our project involves freeze-desalination. In this method, the saline water with a variety of dissolved salts is cooled to temperatures below liquid line to create ice. The remaining solution becomes more concentrated due to removal of pure water in the form of ice crystals. We wanted to make sure that the product you quoted can analyze the freezing process. The main salts include NaCl, MgCl2, KCl, CaCl2, phosphate salts and possibility of other metal salts

Answer: The MSE model, should be suitable for this application. It can easily handle the freezing of salt solutions. Note that the AQ model should not be used for this purpose. Yes, we have these salts


Industrial questions

What does OLI model in the nuclear industry?

We have done is the water evaporation of nuclear waste as well as traditional boiler feed water chemistry