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Old   May 13, 2006, 13:02
Default numerical modelling of non newtonian fluid (blood)
Deepak Thirumurthy
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hi everybody... iam interested in numerical modelling of non newtonian fluid,blood in particular.Writing a Finite volume code for time independent isothermal incompressible blood flow....completed 1D and now started in 2D..basically writing a slover...not concentrating in forming grid as of now.Now my doubt is how ll u derive the shear strain tensor derivatives fm the flow in FVM so tht i can incorporate tht in viscosity models...

Waiting for ur kind help.... thanks
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Old   May 14, 2006, 02:14
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Hi !! Go thru the following article..

Panagiotis Neofytou. A 3rd order upwind finite volume method for generalised Newtonian fluid flows, Advances in Engineering Software, Volume 36, Issue 10, October 2005, Pages 664-680

Best regards, Ramp
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