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Old   October 19, 2004, 09:02
Default mortar or concrete flow
Christoph Streicher
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Hi All,

I'm an engineering student involved in a fluid mechanics projekt. Now I will ask you, if you have probed a mortar or concrete flow through a pipeline or a flow in a pump, or another viscous fluid with solids in it. Which program was used and which parameters must be given ( particle size, viscosity,... )? Which theoretical model is used in the program ( Bingham, Herschel and Bulkley, ...)? How exact are the results? Who have an mathematical equation for such a calculation (mortar or concrete flow)?

Who can help me?

Many thanks in advace

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