|July 23, 2005, 14:34||
Turbulent Schmidt Number ...
Would anyone happend to know if there is a database for turbulent Schmidt number, Prandlt number, etc. for a wide range of gases, CO2, H2O, CH4, etc.?
Generally, we take these numbers close to 0.9 or unity. However, these numbers could vary much depending on flow conditions.
I would greatly appreciate your help.
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