Make a model of a straight pipe and define two fluids. One fluid will the initial fluid inside the pipe. The second fluid will enter through the inlet lid. Run a transient analysis.
After having done the above, post several cut plots and animations and post your model.
Once you have done at least some work on your own and have shared your results, then ask for guidance.
Thanks for your reply. I had already tried doing and the results are as attached. My concern is the blood concentration should be graduly zero out,but the result shows the concentration remains same even after some time.I doubt some thing mistake in my setting.
I can send the project file to your e-mail Id to have a look.
don't forget blood is non newtonian and behaves differently depning on o2 concentration clotting and temperature. You need to define the blood really well to get an understanding of what is happening.
Unfortunately, I'll be tied up for the next several weeks and I won't be able to run your model.
So, don't email the project to me, instead post the model as an attachment here on the forum, so perhaps other participants will have a chance to run it.
Under File, Pack and Go, and SW will pack up all files needed for the project in a single zip file, then attach that file to a message.