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Can I call the 3D Bifurcating Artery problem as FEA (Finite ElementAnalysis) problem?

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Old   April 29, 2021, 10:44
Question Can I call the 3D Bifurcating Artery problem as FEA (Finite ElementAnalysis) problem?
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I am learning ANSYS Fluent. If I solve a 3D Bifurcating Artery problem using ANSYS Fluent, can I call the problem FEA problem? Please explain the reason.
3D Bifurcating Artery course: https://courses.ansys.com/index.php/...cating-artery/
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