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Old   June 20, 2007, 15:49
Default how to define slip boundary condition in tube
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I want to model a Herschel Bulkley fluid laminar in tube. The bulk fluid is HB fluid driven by pressure. I want to define a slip layer between bulk fluid and wall surface. This layer has Newtonian fluid properties.
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