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Old   April 24, 2013, 04:39
Default Finding shear rate in 2D/3D blood flow simulation
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hi guys,
I've got problem on finiding the shear rate in CFD-ACE
Does anyone knows how find it out?
I dunno how to get the post-processing data or any calculation steps
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Old   April 23, 2014, 03:54
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for starters u have to create a blood flow case that includes providing basic constants in fluent like
blood density
viscosity
velocity
pressure
mass flow rate
the in the models section u can run three types of models for blood as its non newtonian
power carreau or cross having various parameters
good luck
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in case of post processind data u cn get it from the setup contours option
it has a derivative option and a wall fluxes option . u cn get the shear stress and strain rate from these two
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