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Old   January 15, 2003, 15:12
Default Density variation Turbulent flow
Parshant Dhand
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Hi all, Can anyone explain to me, how do we define density in Turulent modeling in FLUENT in the materials window, i mean there are four five options, one is constant, ideal gas and then others, My flow problem is compressible turbulent flow problem, so obviously density is varying but how to specify it here. Because for the option of polynomial there are no coefficients given for density variation with temperature. please help
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Old   January 17, 2003, 00:16
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Just mention that the phase (air) is compressible.

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