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Old   May 22, 2002, 03:42
Default Thin wall model _Fidap_membrane
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Hello everybody

I have created and meshed a geometry of a human artery in Gambit and I want to analyze the stresses and displacements of the wall. I want to solve it with the thin wall theory in Fidap 8.6.2. The only boundary conditions I use is the pressure (BCFLUX), which is 16000 Nt/m2 (similar in inlet and outlet). Can you help me how can I proceed? Thank you in advance

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Old   May 27, 2002, 01:44
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I have a question: How do you add the pressure boundary conditions on the inlet and oulet of pipe? Can you give me the command text about the above? Thank you very much!
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