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Old   April 2, 2004, 03:38
Default H vs. HFORM(IS)
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mspark
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Hi all

According to the NOMENCLATURE FOR USER-CODED SUBROUTINES, there are two parameter related to enthalpy.

These are H and HFORM(IS). H is specific enthalpy. HFORM(IS) is specific enthalpy of formation of species IS (J/kg).

what are difference between them, and when do i use HFORM(IS).

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mspark
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