|August 22, 2012, 06:12||
Heat transfer simulation of Gel(high viscous fluid) on a solid plate
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Im going to have the thermal simulation of a high viscous fluid(acting like gel) which lie on a solid plate.
Im not sure whether i should define my fluid layer as fluid with high viscous?
Because this layer has the thickness of (e.g 1 cm) and if it defined as a fluid,how can it be maintaned in a fixed shape on a solid plate?(you can see the picture below)
Also this layer would be warmed and in future i like to consider the density changes of that.
Thanks in advance.
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