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Old   October 31, 2017, 22:01
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Good evening dear Foamers!

I'm a kind of a rookie working with OpenFOAM but it is being really stimulating.
I started a few days ago and, meanwhile, I've been spending my time reading several documents related to how OpenFOAM works and trying several things with the code despite my C++ isn't well developed... It will improve with time (I hope)!

So, my problem is that I want to implement Sisko model for blood flow in OpenFOAM but I'm struggling to find the model specific parameters.

Does anyone ever worked with this model? Or know how to find those parameters? To other GNF models there's a lot of scientific material but I can't find it for Sisko model.

What am I doing wrong?

Hope to hear from you soon!!

All the best!
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