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Old   April 13, 2006, 05:19
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Dear All,

I have been assigned to model an elastic tube in my final year term project. What is desired of me is to model, draw and mesh an elastic wall in Gambit through which a Non Newtonian fluid will be flowing in a reciprocatory fashion. Can anyone help me with the drawing of such a geometry (tube) which has an elastic wall (e.g. of rubber) so that when the reciprocatory pump behind the inlet delivers the tube would expand to adjust the flow. Dimensions can be realistically assumed for a small element. I will be grateful for your assisstance.


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