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dc.creatorLapin, Sergey
dc.creatorZaeem, Mohsen Asle
dc.creatorMatveev, Konstantin
dc.description.abstractAcoustic stimulation is a promising method for increasing drainage of non-Newtonian fluids through porous structures in various applications. In this study, a mathematical model is developed for unsteady flow of a bi-viscous incompressible fluid in a circular straight channel. Longitudinal vibrations are superimposed on the flow driven by changing pressure gradients along the channel. Simulations are carried out for a range of relevant dimensionless parameters. Effects of vibration amplitude, frequency, and fluid viscosity ratio on the enhancement of mean flow rate are discussed
dc.description.sponsorshipWashington State University
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dc.subjectFluid dynamics
dc.subjectNon-newtonian fluid
dc.subjectNumerical modeling
dc.subjectVirbration flow
dc.titleThe effect of vibration on flow rate of non-newtonian fluid
dc.description.citationLapin, Sergey et al.(2010, March 26). The effect of vibration on flow rate of non-newtonian fluid. Poster presented at the Washington State University Academic Showcase, Pullman, WA.

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