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Old   November 14, 2021, 07:17
Question Problem with running tutorail in Solids4FOAM
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Hi Foamers,
I'm a newbie in fluid-structure interaction simulations and I'm now trying to get start with Solids4FOAM in foam-extend. I ran the simulation in the tutorial named "microBeamInCrossFlow" with "Allrun". The simulation crashed at 0.206s with no significant error hint. Then I displayed the results in Paraview and the results confussed me. The mesh of fluid domain did not move synchronously with the mesh of solid domain. That is quite rediculous! Has anybody run this tutorial before?
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