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Old   May 12, 2009, 10:12
Default UDF for density as a function of something not necessarily temperature!
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Dear FLUENT users;

I want to simulate the oscillation of an air bubble in a domain filled by water. I want to calculate the air density as a function of the bubble volume. I heard that FLUENT can just calculate density as a function of temperature, is it correct? Can I have such volume dependent density?

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