I recently used the 'blood' material from the Autodesk Sim CFD material library for my simulations. The blood density, however, has been assigned a value of 1003 kg/m3. This is below the normally accepted range of blood density values, which falls between 1025-1060 kg/m3.
I was hoping if someone from Autodesk could give me the reference for the material properties they used in the library.
Thanks in advance.
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Until you obtain refrence from Autodesk Team, I believe you are aware of Customizing material Library.
If you have your own reference and data's, you can edit the Blood Material property and save it in "Local/My material" (As 'Default' is with Read-only access).
Thanks for your response. I have not heard from the Autodesk team yet.
I can customize the properties in the library, but I have completed a set of simulations, and I am looking for the references for the properties in order to publish the paper.
There isn't a single source for all the materials and unfortunately, the source that we ended up using for the blood material has been lost with time. If you believe there is a better material definition that we should be using(as default) then please submit that to the team for us to review. Otherwise, it is up to the user to add new materials to the local user database if the default is not appropriate.