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Old   June 9, 2010, 07:14
Default Geometry for FSI in blood vessel
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Hi everyone,

Im trying to set up an FSI analysis in a blood vessel. For this I designed 2 parts. one is the arterywall and one the fluid domain. the only connection between those two is the fluid structur interface. Also Im not sure about setting any support for the vessel (fixed support on both endings???,elastic support, but with which elasticity?).
when I run the simulation like in the tutorial in CFX with the oscillating plate I get an error after the first 10 iterations, because fluid can leak out of the domain, which is why I think I made a mistake with the connection of the two parts.
has someone any help for me?

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