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Steady state CFD in a solid - effect of Cp and density?

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Old   February 15, 2018, 09:52
Default Steady state CFD in a solid - effect of Cp and density?
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HI, by looking at the general energy conservation equation in CFD I conclude that the value of specific heat and density for a solid should not alter the steady state solution.

I want to confirm this from the experts here with experience - for solvers like AcuSolve which are pseudo-transient. Is the above statement valid for all CFD solvers? If not what might be the possible effects - solution time etc?
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