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Old   December 2, 2016, 06:57
Default Checking UDF material properties
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Since for my simulation I am using water from sub-to supercritical state
i had to use a UDF (which i kindly was provided with from another Fluent User) to input a table of discrete material properties.
I can compile and then load the library, but i am not sure how i can check if the values are working correctly?

I tried the reference values tab, and compute values from inlet (for which i changed the temperatures) but the other properties don't seem to change.
Is this the correct way to check fluid properties?

Is there another way, to maybe plot e.g. density over temperature?

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