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Old   July 8, 2014, 10:26
Default FSI solvers - best solvers
stevem garcia
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hello. I have installed the foam-extend 3.1. I am seeking to know the FSI solvers to simulate flows with wall dilatation (flow of blood, but would be newtonian too). Could list for me which are the best solvers for FSI that you know? Does not matter if you do not know which are the best, I would also like to know what are these commonly used solvers, it is difficult to find something here in the forum about it.

I'm having trouble. I'm new on foam-extend and am not able to find these solvers. What are the best solvers are available today for download with tutorials? I would love to hear from you friends, need an initial statement. In the tutorial there the solver icoFsiElasticNonLinULSolidFoam, but do not know if it is good.

Can someone give me this initial statement to facilitate my search?

Thank you for your attention

Steven Suarez.
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