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Old   October 14, 2004, 04:38
Default The energy equation for compressible flow
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I am trying to find the time-averaged(combined with the mass averaging) compressible energy equation for turbulent flow.and i have found the form with the total energy(and the specific internal energy) as the variable,while I want to use the temperature(or enthalpy)as the variable to be solved.Then how and where can I find this kind of energy equation.Thanks a lot. maximus
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