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Old   May 7, 2012, 04:22
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My research subject is micropolar fluid but i dont know with which sotware i can solve the equations of that .please help me
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Hi dears
My research subject is micropolar fluid but i dont know with which sotware i can solve the equations of that .please help me
Dear hgiga
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Micropolar fluids are solved using Micropolar Fluid Theory. It is somehow an extention of Navier-Stokes equations. I have the same problem, because, as i know, Fluent solves Newtonian fluids, u can add non-newtonian fluid by using udf for viscosity. it is simple for simple non-newtonian fluids; but, micropolar fluids are more complicated. I used Finite Element Method to solve it. You can use Comsol and insert the governing equations manually into it. I haven't done this, but i guess it works.

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