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Old   January 1, 2016, 18:54
Default Modeling carbon nanotube as particle in fluid
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I want to investigate the impact of geometry of nano particles in the conductivity of nano-fluids. i want to use single and multiple wall carbon nano tube as a nano particle. the nano fluid has no velocity. the volume fraction of nano fluid is lower than 5%.
Unfortunately i am not familiar with modeling nano fluids in Fluent and i dont know how to start modeling such problems.
could you kindly help me how to start solving?
Should i write UDf to define nano particles in fluid? How about thermal conductivity correlation?
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