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Old   July 9, 2004, 23:40
Default How to model varying food models in a Blender
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Hi, I have a question on how to model different sizes and properties of food in a blender? The detail information stated as follow:

Application: Varying food - fruit, meat, ice, etc.

Working environment: Domestic kitchen

Problem: 1. How to simulate and model varying food under the blending processes. 2. Where and how can I get the material property of food? By experiments? 3. For same or different foods, the size is also different, how to ensure they simulation is valid! Simulate all different sizes or not??

Objective: To improve the blending blade and shape of housing and to reduce the driving force induced by fluid applied on the cover.
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