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Old   September 21, 2004, 08:17
Default Yielding viscosity for Herschel Bulkley model
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I am attempting to simulate the laminar flow of a Herschel Bulkley fluid. One of the inputs required is the 'yielding viscosity' I am not sure what the value for this should be. I have checked the documentation but it is still unclear. I have values for n, k and Tau_0, which are commonly determined, however, I cannot find any information on 'yielding viscosity' Can anyone help?


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Old   December 12, 2011, 06:42
Default Yielding viscosity for Herschel Bulkley model
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