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Old   August 9, 2004, 02:39
Default why the value got from C_MU_EFF(c,t) is so large?
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Dear all,

I need to calculate Re in my case and intend to complete it with a UDF. In order to compute Re, I firstly get the value of Mu through C_MU_EFF(c,t).

To my surprise, this value is larger than the value got form "report/surface integrals/properies/molecular viscosity" about 2 maginitude order. it is obvious that there is a wrong value.

Could you please tell me something about C_MU_EFF(c,t). is this function correct to calculate Re.

Thank you in advance!

Best regards,

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