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Old   May 7, 2013, 07:15
Question Question about non-constant property water in CFX
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Hi,

May I ask does CFX have non-constant property water as the flow material? So that I can use it directly without defining like how viscosity varies with temperature.

If yes, where to find it and how to choose that as my flow material?
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Yes you can do this.

You need to create a new material and select IAPWS and Water Data as the material group.

You also need to define your temperature and pressure range.

I seriously recommend you read the CFX manual as it explains it very well.
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