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Old   August 6, 2010, 04:58
Default Density below atmospheric pressure
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I have an absoulte pressure of 40KPa. well below the atmospheric pressure. The air has a density of 1.225 at atmospheric pressure. Should i change the density of air in the material panel at the 40Kpa pressure or Fluent will Take care of it by itself as I have specified the operating pressure.

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