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Old   February 25, 2010, 12:00
Default Viscosity as a function of temperature+IcoFoam
Ramesh Yapalparvi
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Hi there,

I had modified icoFoam solver and had included energy equation. I would like to now make viscosity as a function of temperature. Has anybody done this?. Please let me know


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