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Old   January 30, 2002, 03:53
Default real gas modelling
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jose
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Hi, does anybody know a CFD code that allows to model real gas behavior? I need it to predict the temperature decrease of natural gas (90% methane) going through a sudden expansion (Joule-Thompson effect). Thanks in advance.
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