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Old   May 5, 2015, 09:03
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Dear Foamers;
I am going to simulate deformation of a rubber pipe when a newtonian fluid (water) is flowing through. The pipe is considered viscoelastic. I want to know how could I create mesh (is the movingMesh utility appropriate?) and what type of mesh shall I use (is the movingMesh ok? Or I should use a meshless approach?)? What boundary conditions should I use? Which type of applications is the best for this problem?
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