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Old   October 31, 2011, 02:32
Default Is that possible to simulate pipe with varying diameter?
Guifan Li
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Dear all,

Is there any know by any chance that am I allowed to simulate a pipe varying with the pressure of the fluids flowing through it?

e.g. An artery with pulsatile inlet velocity. I want take the extensibility of the wall into consideration, not sure if possible?

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