Whats the best fluid model to use for water?

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I realize this seems basic, but I'm looking around on the net and i just cant find the answer. I'm running a ANSYS simulation of heat transfer through a pipe and I was using a Newtonian model, but then someone mentioned about using the power model. I cant seem to find the definitive answer as to which is best. The flow is in the transition Reynolds flow regime between 56F and 112F on the tube wall.
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If you are still working on this, are you using ANSYS traditional or Work Bench? What is the pipe material?

Thanks
Matt
 

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