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Old   January 16, 2003, 22:31
Default Fluid-structure coupling problem
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Dear Sir or Madam, I am researching on the squeeze flow computation in mechanical heart valve. Someone has used Fidap and Cfd-ace to deal this fluid-structure interaction problem. I want to know the advantages and disadvantages for these two codes in this problem. And someone who has other good suggestions, would you kindly reply me? Thanks.
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Old   January 26, 2003, 19:29
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One option is to do a coupled field analysis using independent codes. One for the CFD and one that is able to read the fluids results and can conduct a structural analysis. These techniques tend to be weakly coupled and require a significant amount of manual work. ANSYS/Multiphysics has made great improvements to their FSI capabiilities and offered a strongly coupled approach where the gov eqns are solved simultaneously. Hope this helps.

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