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Old   August 28, 2023, 05:48
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Just want to let you know that the newest solids4Foam website doesn't work now, I will try it later.
https://www.solids4foam.com is currently working: you can verify this at https://www.isitdownrightnow.com/solids4foam.com.html.

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Another question I'm wondering is have you ever considered the possibility of adding this solids4Foam solver in openfoam esi? Or is it a big project to port a limited library of solids4foam into openfoam esi? Since I should use some modified turbulence model compiled based on OpenFOAM esi, it'll be much more compatible to run the case within one package to some extent.
Sure, this is possible; however, time/resources are the constraint. Nonetheless, modified turbulence models should work fine with solids4foam, e.g. pimpleFluid uses any available run-time selectable turbulence model.
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https://www.solids4foam.com is currently working: you can verify this at https://www.isitdownrightnow.com/solids4foam.com.html.



Sure, this is possible; however, time/resources are the constraint. Nonetheless, modified turbulence models should work fine with solids4foam, e.g. pimpleFluid uses any available run-time selectable turbulence model.
Many thanks for your reply, will try later. Now I want to set up a 2-way FSI case based on soids4Foam in 3D, the high aspect ratio means it will deform due to the force exerted by cross-flow. Please check the video below.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCURTWKuhRA

There is a keyword top tension mentioned in some papers, but I don't know how to set it
to make the body defomr in solids4Foam, can you please give some hints?

I appreciate your kind help.

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