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Old   April 24, 2011, 13:12
Default Emissivity as a Function of Temperature
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Hi All,

I am using S2S model for modeling radiation heat transfer. I have experimental data for emissivity variation with temperature, but I don't know how to enter it in fluent. Do I have to write a UDF to specify emissivity as a function of temperature?
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