pre stressing structure before acoustic harmonic analysis
I haven't had the chance to work with fluent before, hence I was wondering. I need to simulate an impedance tube test to find transmission loss of a prestressed structure. The structure in prestressed by inflating it. What would be the optimal way for me to simulate the deformation the structure undergoes while air is pumped into it in varying pressure loads? Is static acoustics enough or should I explore using fluent to simulate this deformation inside the structure due to inflation? I need to couple this with harmonic acoustics to extract the transmission loss of the pre stressed.
Please do correct me If I am going about this incorrectly.