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Old   September 29, 2004, 05:17
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Hello everyone, I need air and fuel-oil-liquid standard state enthalpy to run my case, do you know where i can find this information?

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Hello everyone, I need air and fuel-oil-liquid standard state enthalpy to run my case, do you know where i can find this information?

Thanks, Anni
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i know it's been a while since you have posted your question but for future reference: the standard enthalpy of Air is zero because its a weighted sum of standard enthalpy of O2 and N2 which are zero.thats why the default value for Air standard enthalpy in Fluent is zero.
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