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Old   January 7, 2008, 04:32
Default internally defined material
lynn liu
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I'd emploied internally definded material function (in thermolhysical models and property > liquids and gas >molecular properties) of star-cd when calculating the problem about H2O. But I don't understand well about its methodology, could someone explain it?

And there was another problem about post-processing. When the calculation used was completed, 'wdry' would be available in scalar data. What's the meaning about wdry? For H2O-l's or H2O's mass fraction?

Where could I find the details about internally definded material?
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