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Old   February 9, 2012, 11:48
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While defining a multi-component droplet (2 components), I am selecting these component from the database, where I have previously did defined their respective properties (molecular weight for instance)

However, when running the computation, an error message (number 756) appears, asking to define the molecular weight of the first of my droplet component (which is water). It is requested to use the extended data LIQUIDMW.

I am not finding info about that LIQUIDMW in the user-books nor on the forum, and I am wondering why star does not find the molecular weight defined into the database.

Does anybody has some tip about this problem and about what I have not done in the right way?

Thank you in advance for you advices.

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