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Old   May 16, 2007, 09:29
Default Density model
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ritmat
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I have a turbulent problem with a gradiant of temperature around 600 degre C. So my temperature will change as well as the density of my flue gas. So it is i think a problem of compressible flow linked to temperature and not to mach. For that i am using the incompressible-ideal gas model for density in the material set up. Is it sounded correct for you?
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