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Old   September 17, 2013, 03:39
Default Specific heat polynomial for air(default by FLUENT)
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hi CFD community,

When I use a polynomial for specific heat of air, a default polynomail shows that has 2 equations: one for 100-1000 K, and another for 1000K to 3000K.
I am trying to find out where FLUENT found this polynomial. Does anyone know?

I know Gordon and McBride has a pretty popular polynomial for separate species, but I looked into their article and they did not have one just for air.

Just seeing where I can reference this polynomial. Thanks!

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Old   July 17, 2014, 09:43
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how to calcule A1.A2.....
im for soory for thise .im in th big pb

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