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Old   May 21, 2003, 20:43
Default Stretchable walls?
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What if I want to use an elastic wall for my problem?

We can define following properties of a material in Fluent:

1. Density 2. Cp 3. Thermal conductivity 4. Standard state enthalpy 5. Electrical conductivity 6. Magnetic permeability

Are these properties sufficient to define some stretchable material?

In other words, if I enter above six properties of an elastomer in this panel, will the walls now be stretchable?
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