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Old   February 17, 2010, 10:31
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hello, I would like to know how I can implement different boundary conditions such as temperature, pressures and velocities and the fluent can give me a visualisation of whats happening in terms of the shear stress. This process also changes the geometry respective of what conditions you implement thus, not needing to recreate a new geometry each time which saves time. I have a cad model which has been meshed. I've just been refining the meshing elements and running the blood flows at different speeds to see the results. In the stage i'm at, the shear stress intrests me as i want the see how that affects the deformation of the walls and what blood flow velocities will cause the greatest deformation and at what areas are the most affected.
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