Once you get the initial results it is important to check the results against known information to make sure your assumptions were valid. For instance a fan blowing on the bottles would speed up the heat transfer in a freezer, and beer that is boxed up would cool down much slower. I found out even opening the door too many times to check on the progress can significantly impact the outcome. In this companion video we explore the steps you can follow to ensure any analysis is accurate for your specific situation.
Just remember not to drink and design! The world doesn’t need another Pontiac Aztec.