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Old 08-02-2016, 12:42 PM
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Very little will evaporate from the ice cream.

There is an equation, but one would need the ice cream surface area, amount of air flow (mass flow rate), heat transfer coefficient and the heat capacity of the ice cream. (CpH of air is easily looked up).

Temperature of the AC air at the ice cream also needs to be determined; it will warm from mixing immediately upon leaving the duct. Air temp after the ice cream is also needed.

Experimentation would probably take less time. And there would be more ice cream around!