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killmask1945 June 19, 2013 07:53

harmonica simulation
 
Hi all,

i got a question regarding to the FSI simulation.
It's there any possible to make a harmonica simulation in FSI simulation (it looks like just working for static and transient simulation)?
Cause i would like to know the frequency response behavior through a solid body immersion in different fluid.

Thanks.

ghorrocks June 19, 2013 19:10

This will obviously be a transient simulation. Yes, this sounds possible using FSI. I doubt you will do it using immersed bodies, it will need FSI.

killmask1945 June 20, 2013 02:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by ghorrocks (Post 434919)
This will obviously be a transient simulation. Yes, this sounds possible using FSI. I doubt you will do it using immersed bodies, it will need FSI.

yes, but the question is can i run a harmonica response simulation from solid side during FSI simulation?
cause otherwise, i should do lot of static FSI simulation to make frequency sweeping

ghorrocks June 20, 2013 06:37

I am no expert on harmonicas but last time I looked at one it seemed like the buzzing bit was excited by passing in and out of the air flow. This sounds like a fully coupled flow to me so I suspect the only way to do it is with a full transient FSI.


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