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Old   September 3, 2011, 04:34
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Hello

In the "Material" section of FLUENT, Fluent 6.3 User guide says that when you will select "Kinetic theory" for "Cp, viscosity and/or thermal conductivity" you need to input some parameters such as "charatceristic length” and “energy parameter" as mentioned in this page:

http://ftp2.delcam-ural.ru/CAE/Aviad...s_kinetic.html

However, in FLUENT 13.0 there is no option for inputting any such parameter. NO INPUT IS REQUIRED BY FLUENT 13. Why do they contradict? Does Fleunt 13.0 doesnt require these inputs? I am using Ansys Fluent 13.0 version. The user guide which I am following is FLUENT 6.3.

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Old   September 6, 2011, 00:44
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My mistake. When you click on "create" then this option appears.
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