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Default CFX: CEL & Mesh deformation possibilities
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I am modeling flow in the porous media of a coronary artery in CFX.
Is there any way to move the mesh of the porous media (mesh deformation) according to solid elastic equations based on the inner pressure of fluid, perhaps by using a CEL approach?

The choices of mesh deformation include the mesh displacement, which I could evaluate using solid elastic equations.

It is not an FSI simulation, since the same domain must be used for the flow and for the elastic deformation.

I know that this is not a simple approach, and it cannot be represented by the integrated equations, but all I am interested is in some minor deformations.

If there is another way to model this, please inform me about it. (for example: Fluent, OpenFoam, etc.)
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