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Thanks,

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Thanks,

Zoli

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I managed to solve it.

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How did you solve it? I have to admit I was stumped and hoped for an answer.

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I realised that a dependent parameter (the consistency index: K[Pa s^n]) includes this non-dimensional parameter and this is the only one that changes when we consider a power-law fluid instead of a Newtonian fluid. Therefore we do not have to take this non-dimensional parameter into account as for the other quantities.How did you solve it? I have to admit I was stumped and hoped for an answer.

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That makes sense.

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