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Old   January 18, 2009, 17:43
Default DEfine NON NEWTONIAN Blood flow in FLUENT
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Hi everyone. i am a new user of fluent and i have a complex geometry of tubes and junctions(arterial network).i have meshed the geometry in gambit and i will use fluent for the simulations.the mass flow rate at the inlet is known and the pressure at the outlet is 1atm.does anybody know how to define the non newtonian conditions in fluent???? thank you in advance
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