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Old   January 26, 2014, 05:22
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hi everyone
i have a problem with immersed solid in ansys14. i am going to simulate heart valve leaflet deformation and effect of fluid dynamics on leaflets,but i don't know how should i do it.
is there anybody who have done it before or knows about it?
thank you !
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Old   January 27, 2014, 01:47
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your question is a general one and it is going to take maybe a year!to answer in this forum. just get familiar with cfx trough software's tutorials and manual then find an aproach to model your study case. and yes in my idea your case is a tough one .you have a lot to do befor jumping in this frum and asking a general question.wish you luck
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