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Old   November 11, 2008, 23:19
Default which CO2 material should I use?
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Hello everyone,

I'm simulating the expansion of CO2 from superheated state to mixture state. There are several CO2 materials available in CFX library (IPMT, combustion, Redlich kwong). Which is suitable for my model which has phase change? Is it correct to use these materials from Redlich Kwong Wet Refrigerants: CarbonDioxideHPl, CarbonDioxideHPv and CarbonDioxideHPvl?

Thanks guys! Ariel
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