August 14, 2018 at 10:51 pmneslihanSubscriber
I am trying to simulate of mixing process of a viscoelastic fluid in a twin screw mixer using Polyflow. In order to solve the problem I want to use differential viscoelastic flow as fluid model.
Also I wanted to use mesh superposition to simplify the mesh generation of the flow domain but I figured out that mesh superposition method can be used only for a generalized Newtonian problem which does not work for my fluid. I wanted to ask you if there is any way to simulate the mixing process of a viscoelastic fluid using Polyflow.
I have searched from the user`s guide and the tutorials but unfortunately I have not made any results. I hope you can answer me and explain it to me.
Thank you for any help you can offer.
August 17, 2018 at 10:46 amKarthik RAdministrator
Is there a particular reason why you'd want to use mesh superposition in Ployflow?
I am not sure if you have watched this 3-part video tutorial for modeling blow molding on Youtube. Although it does not cover many aspects that you requested in this post, it might be of some help to you.
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