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Old   July 9, 2003, 15:32
Default Multicomponent flow-Viscosity
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Shankar
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Hello all,

In a multicomponent flow, FLUENT calculates the viscosity of the mixture based on "ideal-gas mixing law" or "mass-weighted mixing law".(two of the several options available in FLUENT).

Can anybody tell me how each method works in calculating the viscosity?

Thanks, Shankar.

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