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Old   March 29, 2010, 18:06
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Hi everyone,

I am in a process of analyzing the openfoam software for my research on cerebral aneurysms. I would really appreciate if someone could answer a few of my basic questions about openfoam:
1.) can we implement impedance boundary condition/windkessel model at the outlets in openfoam?
2.) Do we have to write a code ourself at each step of the simulation? for example, specifying the material properties, boundary conditions, postprocessing?
3.) if someone (who has used both fluent and openfoam) can let me know, in what respects is openfoam better than fluent?

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Hi, did you find a solution!?
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