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Old   October 8, 2009, 13:00
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im new in fluent,im simulating blade to blade in steam turbine.the problem is when i use water vapour as material i cannot get the march number in velocity contour.
im using sparlatt-almaras,viscosity as ideal gas and viscosity as sutherland as i see in tutorial.with this setting my material is compressible?
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