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Default Absorption Coeficient&Scattering coefficient (Where does FLUENT get their default val
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I'm modeling radiation heat transfer. One of my fluids of interest is methane. Fluent already has default absorption and scattering coefficients for the gas. Do you guys know where FLUENT go these values?
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