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Old   March 13, 2018, 06:46
Default OpenFOAM FSI including multiphase models
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I want to perform an FSI analysis of the multiphase fluid flow. It should include some non-Newtonian viscosity model.

Due to the serious stability/convergence problems with the 2-way FSI with partitioned approach (I tried ANSYS Mechanical+Fluent), I want to try fully coupled approach (with ALE - Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian formulation).

Does OpenFOAM privide even the possibility of performing the fully coupled FSI?
There is a possibility of using the Oomph-lib software, which provide ALE formulation and is open-source too, but there is no one multiphase model.

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