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neville August 10, 2011 09:29

Using real gas models in Fluent
 
Hi,
I am trying to simulate fluid flows in fluent for which I need to have real gas properties. I have tried using the nist real gas model available in Fluent which uses the REPROP v7 library.
My problem includes wall heat flux as a BC, which the Fluent manual says cannot be specified as a boundary condition in any real gas model.

Please assist me on how do I circumvent this problem and use the real gas model in my problem.

Thanks

dsanthosh2 June 5, 2012 05:54

It is possible to apply heat flux at the wall as boundary conditions for any case..also for real gas model.


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