|March 18, 2013, 03:47||
C_P(c,t) gives absolute or static pressure?
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Hi guys, I am new to the UDFs in Fluent and needed a little help.
I wish to know when we use C_P(c,t) in the UDF to get the pressure, do we get the static (gauge) pressure or the absolute pressure?
I read the fluent manual, and searched online too; but with no clear responses.
It will be great help if anyone would clarify this.
thank you in advance!
|March 19, 2013, 03:50||
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People on other threads think that its static pressure.
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