|August 27, 2012, 04:48||
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I have a real gas flow through a micro-channel.
I am in need of specific heat variation with temperature and pressure. I understand that NASA polynomials can be used at Zero pressure conditions. But I don't think this would be sufficient for non-constant pressure problem, would it? Could someone give me some suggestions on how to proceed about this..
|nasa polynomials, specific heat|
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