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Old   April 5, 2016, 20:59
Default Creating a non-Newtonian fluid simulation
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Hey guys, I am just started using fluent and need some help setting up a flow problem where I want to simulate the flow of something similar to cornstarch through a valve. Currently I have a created a model of the volume in which the fluid passes through and the K and n value for my power-law equation (note it is a Isothermal problem) and I do not know yet if its laminar of turbulent so will need to test for both.

I would really appretiate any help or links to other forums that have a solution for me.

Additionally I would I simulate a draw (suction) on the outlet while inlet flow is affected by this

I am using Ansys workbench 17.0
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