When curve fitting data, ensure that the resulting surface is well defined beyond the extremes of the data set. This is typically difficult with natural logs in the equation without the addition of artificial (non physical) data points added to the original data set.
With the data set in metric units, a linear regression can be performed using each multiplier of the equation to determine the coefficients for input into Autodesk Simulation CFD. For example in Excel, create columns for the natural log of the viscosity in Pa-s, the natural log of the shear rate in inverse seconds, the temperature in C, the natural log of the shear rate in inverse seconds squared, the natural log of the shear rate in inverse seconds multiplied by the temperature in C, and the temperature in C squared. Use the add-in for data analysis and select Linear Regression with the y value as the first column, and the x values as the remaining columns. The six coefficients will be output.