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Old   August 2, 2002, 09:19
Default Flow in pipes. Viscous dissipation
Oleg Melnik
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Dear all,

I am looking for references on laminar flow of the liquid with temperature dependent viscosity in pipes with account for viscous dissipation.

If possible, papers stored online to download.

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Old   August 7, 2002, 11:39
Default Re: Flow in pipes. Viscous dissipation
Anthony Wachs
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u can have a look at :

"Fully-developed flow and temperature calculations for rheologically complex materials using a mapped circular domain", WACHS (A.),CLERMONT (J. R.),NORMANDIN (M.), Journal Engineering Computations, Vol 16, No 6, pp807-830, (1999)

Could be of interest...

Hope it could help u,

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