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Hello All,

I'm doing an FSI simulation of valveless pumping in the elastic tube.
I've defined both the inlet and outlet as "OPENING" with zero pressure conditions.
But I have a convergence problems of Interface Loads.

Please help me to resolve this problem.

Thank you,
P.K.
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