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CFD and Sinking Tea Leaves - A Mystery Solved
Posted Fri June 15, 2001 @10:21AM
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Application Fluent previously used CFD in it's investigations into confounding bubble movement in beer, now AEA Technology has used CFD to determine why heavy tea particles collect at the center and not the perimeter of a cup of stirred water.

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