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Old   September 19, 2011, 08:39
Default Simulating cornstarch water using power's law model
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I want simulate cornstarch water using power's law model.

Does anybody know the values of the following variables from power's law:

K = Consistency index
n = shear thickening fluid constant


Does Fluent automatically calculate shear rate? or is it an input also?

Please help
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