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Default Viscosity for Granular Temperature Model
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I am using Fluent 6.3.26 for simulation of two phase flow through a circular tube using Granular Temperature Model. the literature i am using has not specified viscosity for the secondary phase. So what should be the input for viscosity or what do I do with the viscosity input box available in the Material List when i define its density? Can anyone please suggest. Thanks in advance.
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