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Old   September 10, 2019, 13:50
Default Can we use default Water prop from Fluent Database for high temp-press application?
Soumitra Vadnerkar
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I have a high temperature (200C - 300C)and high pressure (3MPa - 9PMa) water liquid/gas application where there will be phase change.

Do you think the default water- liquid and water- gas fluid properties from Fluent's default database would be sufficient?
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