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Old   January 20, 2004, 00:44
Default Lagrangian FEM for CFD
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Hi, I want to simulate fluid flow involving deformable boundaries. Example, microstructural flow of blood (along with blood cells).

I found that Lagrangian FEM is the better way to simulate. Can anyone suggest a book for this method?

(I am new to FEM in CFD).

Is there any other method that is better than this?

Regards, Shyam Sundar
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