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new parameter for non newtonian power law model!

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Old   July 21, 2008, 04:30
Default new parameter for non newtonian power law model!
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could someone tell me what the new parameter "E/R , alpha" appearing in Fluent 12 for the non newtonian power law model means? In the previous version of Fluent (6.3), there were minimum and maximum values for apparent viscosities instead. I didn't find any help for the actual beta version of Fluent 12. Thanks.
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