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Old   April 9, 2018, 16:04
Default Simulating flow with flexible rubber particles
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I want to know if Fluent has the capability to do a DDPM simulation for flexible particles or not. In other words, the particles are made out of rubber and under pressure they can deform and shrink in size. Will I need FSI simulation coupled with DDPM? Can this be done?

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ddpm, deformed particles, fsi

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