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Old   June 17, 2012, 13:23
Default LH2 and LO2 Custom Database
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I'm working with Liquid Hydrogen and Liquid Oxygen in Fluent, but the Fluent Database only has their gaseous forms.

Considering how often these fluids are used, is there a go-to database already available online, and would such a database be valid for a reasonable range of operating temperatures?


Furthermore, now looking through my Fluent options, I should get some advice on how exactly I should set this up configuration-wise, as I am working with a single fluid that I am expecting to undergo a pressure drop as it flows through the physical system.

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