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Old   December 13, 2012, 17:17
Default CFX-Air Ideal Gas (NASA Polynomial)
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Hello Guys,

I am doing compresser aerodynamic analysis and I wanted to change Air Ideal Gass Specific heat (constant pressure, Cp) capacity is function of temperature.

I found NASA 273

Wanted to know which chemical name need to take. As air is mixture of N2, O2 on.

What i need to consider here?
Thanks in Advance...!!!
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