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Old   October 30, 2005, 10:53
Default Real Gas
Alireza Zarif
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I want to know if there is any way to access the properties of a real gas, for example Ethane through "ethane.fld" in a UDF. If the answer is yes i'll be pleased to know that. By the way, the REFPROP version6 library is used in Fluent V6.1. What version of the real gas library(REFPROP) is used in Fluent V6.2? Does it contain Methane properties like "methane.fld"?
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