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Old   August 4, 2019, 18:33
Question Pipe Annulus Flow of slurry: solids (cuttings) with power law Non-Newtonian fluid
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I wanted to simulate some experiments I am actually running and thought of using Fluent and ICEM CFD. I started learning ICEM and Fluent but I am stuck.
My questions:
- How to properly create the geometry and mesh of an annulus 15 ft long (8" Outer Wall, 5" inner Wall)
- Can we simulate two phase flow : Solids (with certain size and concentration) with a Non-Newtonian power law fluid?
- Can we easily change the inclination angle
- can we easily make sensitivity analysis on the particle size and concentration, fluid properties ...
who could help I would grateful for him and may include him in my research publications as I am doing an experimental work and need lot of simulation for comparison and publishing results.

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