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The effect of pipe roughness on non-Newtonian turbulent flow
(Cape Technikon, 1999)
Pipe roughness is known to greatly increase the turbulent flow friction factor for Newtonian fluids. The well-known Moody diagram shows that an order of magnitude increase in the friction is possible due to the effect ...
The effect of the particle size distribution on non-Newtonian turbulent slurry flow in pipes
(Cape Technikon, 1996)
The handling of solid-liquid suspensions is an important concern within the chemical and processing industries and many theoretical models have been proposed to try and explain and predict turbulent flow behaviour. ...
Singular behaviour of Non-Newtonian fluids
(Peninsula Technikon, 1999)
Since 1996, a team at the Centre for Research in Applied Technology (CRATECH) at Peninsula Technikon, under NRF sponsorship and with industrial co-operation, has been involved in the simulation of Non-Newtonian flow ...