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Old   July 29, 2017, 08:52
Default Can OpenFOAM v4.0 Do FSI?
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I'm using OpenFoam v4.0. Does anybody know if it can do Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) problems? More specifically, will it do 1-way FSI or perhaps 2-way FSI also? If it is able to do FSI, is the ability there natively with the initial installation or do I need to install anything additional to gain the capability?



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Hi Matt,

are you asking for a co simulation FSI (Fluid(OF) <-> Solid(FEM-code)) http://www.precice.org/codes/ http://empire.st.bv.tum.de/
or FSI purely in OF (Fluid(OF) <-> Solid(OF))
https://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/E...re_interaction
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Hi Matt,

are you asking for a co simulation FSI (Fluid(OF) <-> Solid(FEM-code)) http://www.precice.org/codes/ http://empire.st.bv.tum.de/
or FSI purely in OF (Fluid(OF) <-> Solid(OF))
https://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/E...re_interaction
The latter. OF <-> OF. Thanks for pointing me to that link.

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Hi Matt,
just wanted to mention the OF workshop 2017 (well it is extend version)
https://openconf.org/ofw12/modules/r...&file=1/81.pdf


TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN EXTENDABLE SOLID MECHANICS AND FLUID SOLID INTERACTIONS TOOLBOX FOR OPENFOAM


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Hi Matt,
just wanted to mention the OF workshop 2017 (well it is extend version)
https://openconf.org/ofw12/modules/r...&file=1/81.pdf


TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN EXTENDABLE SOLID MECHANICS AND FLUID SOLID INTERACTIONS TOOLBOX FOR OPENFOAM


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Philip,

Thanks for the information. From reading the short paper, it sounds like this technology is nascent and not yet available in OpenFoam. And it sounds like plans are underway to develop it soon and make it natively available in OpenFoam. Is my understanding correct?

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