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Old   October 31, 2018, 04:43
Default Can OpenFoam solve two-phase FSI problem?
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Dear everyone,

I would like to simulate the FSI problem, such as "water wave pass through a elastic structure" but I don't know which solver I should use...

I have simulated the tutorial(HronTurek case) in fsiFoam

And my next simulation is like this
[IMG] https://imgur.com/a/4MDHF9n [/IMG]

My question is:
Can OpenFoam solver simulate this FSI problem?
If yes, which OpenFoam solver I should use?

Or any reference can I read? (Because I don't find the journal paper related with fsiFoam)

Please help me
thanks

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