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Old   December 5, 2001, 10:49
Default Defining an Unsteady Flow
Paul Devereux
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As a relatively new user of Fluent, I was hoping that somebody would be able to explain the basics of creating unsteady flow in Fluent. I am attempting to model blood flow through various geometries.
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Old   December 6, 2001, 15:35
Default Re: Defining an Unsteady Flow
jim clancy
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Paul, Go to the main Define>>Solver, in this panel you can set your solver to unsteady...BUT..dont forget that blood is NON-NEWTONIAN fluid, where the NS slover cannot be applied accurately..good luck
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Old   December 8, 2001, 05:48
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Paul, if you want some more help you can look into help>>basic physical models>>time dependent will get all the inputs you need for modelling unsteady flow.

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