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Old   July 9, 2013, 10:24
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I am simulating blood flow analysis in a stented artery with ANSYS CFX. Since Shear Stress is very critical I am interested in viewing what is happening concering Shear Stress very closely to stentes regions. I think micro analysis does such a thing,meaning that does calculation in a more accurate way. I do not know if I am right but Lagrangian particle tracking is appropriate for this kind of simulation? Please excuse me if my question is a bit silly but I am an amateur Ansys user..any help would be appreciated...thank you in advance
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