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Old   December 11, 2009, 18:56
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does anybody have a hint, or even better a link to somekind documentation, about:

"how does fluent introduce the non-newtonian viscosity models in the solver scheme ???"

(not the temprature-dependent ones)

nothing, but general information, appears to be in the official documentation.

thank you in advance.
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