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Old   January 12, 2009, 10:16
Default Blood Flow - Euler Euler
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I am about to try a blood flow simulation with fluent. I have already tried a custom lagrangian approach, but had great difficulties.

Is it possible to simulate blood flow (plasma + red blood cells 0.45 volume fraction) using Euler - Euler description?

Doing so, will the viscosity of the mixture be predicted correctly (eg. results like Quemada model)?

Does anyone has previous experience on this?

Thanks in advance,

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