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Old   July 3, 2020, 02:56
Default what about coolProp?
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Originally Posted by romant View Post
Hi John,

The library was originally written by me for up to version 2.4, a while ago .

It looks like a function in sensibleEnthalpy.H was changed from using 2 arguments to 3 arguments. Unfortunately, I do not have OpenFOAM installed on my computer anymore and will not be able to help you with this, but maybe someone else has an idea what was changed in release 6?

Do you think your code can be easily modified to use CoolProp instead of freeSteam?

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