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snudurupati June 16, 2009 11:48

blood flow in brain
 
I am starting a new project of blood flow in brain.

I want to know if Fluent/Ansys can handle the moving boundary condition problem with rigid walls. Also as a first phase project it is only going to be newtonian fluid.

I do have a 3-D meshed model of heart so I just need to import it.

Please advice for any other suitable CFD software as I have not yet started working ;)

John June 18, 2009 10:33

Just curious, what's the "moving boundary condition problem on rigid wall"?

snudurupati June 19, 2009 10:07

It's my bad. first it is going to be rigid walls and then in the further analysis it will be a viscoelastic or similar and then comes the moving boundary I guess.

I have just started working and I am not sure if I am correct. Do you have any knowledge working with FSI??

thank you in advance.

John July 7, 2009 11:33

regarding FSI modeling of blood flow, the following link may be helpful.

http://www.roieng.com/files/fsi-11.pdf

canciger July 7, 2009 19:35

Ansys Multiphysics is the easiest and robust way to go. Multiphysics come with CFX and Ansys Mechanical to perform FSI with a very easy setup.
We use it every day. Fluent can of course do the same but not as easy as Ansys-CFX combination yet. Though it is in the plans to have more easy 2 way FSI setup for Fluent as well.


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