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Old   February 25, 2017, 09:48
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Hello everyone
I'm simulating the blood flow in an artery in presence of a magnetic field using AnsysCFX. But it requires the value of magnetic permeability for blood in material properties. Do you know the value of this? If it is not needed, how can i deal with it?
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What you could do is find out how much iron average 'whole blood' carries and use this value for estimating the permeability. Depending on the strength of the magnetic field it actually does have effect on iron in blood
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