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Old   April 21, 2011, 10:39
Default Bending wall motion
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Guilllaume Tran-Son-Tay
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Hi everyone!

I'm working on the hemodynamic around the knee junction. I need to study the complex wall motion of the femoral artery. For now, I'm focusing only on the bending motion of the arterial wall. I limited the problem in 2D space.

I have the profile of the 2 walls (they have different behavior). Is there a way to recover those profiles (and use dynamic mesh)? Is there somebody here who already worked on a similar case?

Thank you very much for your help!
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Old   March 15, 2013, 03:25
Dr. Moloy Kumar Banerjee
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u can u DEFINE_GRID_MOTION macro or DEFINE_CG_MOTION macro for the wall movement using either user defined dynamic zone or rigid body motion.
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