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Old   February 19, 2010, 14:43
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I have noticed somthig strange in enthalpy value

I am running a cold pipe flow with pressure based solver. My fluid is air at 300 K. I notcied the in ethalpy values are 1861 J/kg. I am using ideal gas for density.

I changed the solver to density based solver I noticed now the enthalpy values are 301961. I do not why does the values is different here.

Can somebody let me know.

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