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Old   September 18, 2005, 17:17
Default Equation of state
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Hello all, I am new in CFD and I am trying to learn by myself. I run across a problem while trying to simulate a compression by mass augumentation in a 2L vessel. The problem is that I do not have the equation of state for water valid at high pressure above 800 MPa and high temperatures avobe 100C. I have a paper from Saul and Wagner "A fundamental equation for water covering the range from the melting line to 1273 at pressures up to 25000 MPa" sounds that I have it but there is not equation there, can somebody help me on this. I will really appreciate it. Thanks in advance By the way I am trying to model using fluent that I am learning too.
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