Calculate temperature development in tank Many different factors affect the temperature development in a hydraulic oil tank. The calculations below should only be used to obtain estimates. The calculations are based on the following assumptions: - A value of 0.9 kg/dm3 has been used for oil density.- A value of 0.008 has been used as the heat transfer coefficient.- The difference between the air temperature and the temperature of the oil is at least 25°C. Separate decimals with a decimal point. Required input is missing! Tank length = m (metres) Tank width = m (metres) Tank height = m (metres) Starting temperature = °C Power applied = kW Time power applied = hours RESULT Time equilibrium = hours Equilibrium temp. = °C Temperature = °C PMC Hydraulics Group AB accepts no liability for the consequences that any errors in formulas and software may have!© PMC Hydraulics Group AB 2019