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Old   May 23, 2006, 08:44
Default absolute pressure unit in Fluent?
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the the diffusion coefficient using kinetic theory is give out by equation(7.7-16)in Fluent User's Guide 7.7.4 Mass Diffusion Coefficient Inputs,I would like to know is the absolute pressure unit in the equation 7.7-16,is it atm or pascal?coz I see from one paper it is atm,unfortunately I could not find another one mention about that. anyone knows,thanks.
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