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Old   March 26, 2016, 11:24
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Hello,
i want to simulate protein denaturation in channel.
My fluid is milk containing protein which react in 2nd order reaction. My question is how to define my fluid?
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Old   March 26, 2016, 13:17
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Hello,
i want to simulate protein denaturation in channel.
My fluid is milk containing protein which react in 2nd order reaction. My question is how to define my fluid?
thanks
i guess you should define your fluid properties by UDF .
i myself simulate nanofluid and use UDF to define properties
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thinks,
i'm new in fluent. i have all properties of fluid but i don't know how to introduce protein properties
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i'm new in fluent. i have all properties of fluid but i don't know how to introduce protein properties
your problem is multiphase ?
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no, it's a solution.
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no, it's a solution.
Actualy i didnt understand your problem clearly
Btw, if you have your fluid properties as function of temperature or something else, you should write them as udf and compile
But if your properties constant , just set them in material define .
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i must studiyng the protein denaturation which is containing in milk. the denaturation is a 2nd order chemical reaction
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i must studiyng the protein denaturation which is containing in milk. the denaturation is a 2nd order chemical reaction
Oh , i didnt attention to protein denaturation
I dont know about that
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