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Old   April 4, 2007, 10:02
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Hello, what model do you use for viscosity of species as a function of temperature in the range 500K-2000K ? Is the Sutherland's law appropriate? If not, what do you suggest? Do you know any correlation in that range or any table with viscosity of species at different temp/press that can be eventually used to fit a polynomial? Thanks in advance.
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