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Old   March 21, 2004, 06:26
Default magnetism in fluent
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dudi
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i am simulating flow in blood vessel with a presence of internal permanent magnet which attracts ferromagnetic particles. My goal is to track these particles in the flow field. i am not familiar with fluent's magnetic capabilities. Does anybody know if and how can i simulate this case in Fluent, and if not in which program can i do it? Thanks.
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Old   March 21, 2004, 16:53
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You may use Module for magnet. Or, you can make UDF. Thanks
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Old   March 22, 2004, 07:56
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i am simulating flow in blood vessel with a presence of internal permanent magnet which attracts ferromagnetic particles. My goal is to track these particles in the flow field. i am not familiar with fluent's magnetic capabilities. i need to know if i can defind the particles as ferromagnets(just them-not all the fluid), another part as permanent magnet, and the fluid as blood. thanks dudi.
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