November 18, 2018 at 5:12 amANUSHKA08Subscriber
I am doing my research in fluid flow through the deformable artery. I want to know the effect of deformable artery wall on the fluid by using fluid-solid interaction. should I use 1 way or 2-way FSI and Is it a transient structural problem or static structural?
July 18, 2022 at 12:43 pmKarthik RAdministrator
As you have rightly asked, you can use either of the approaches for your study. To narrow down the approach, you need to understand the actual objective of your simulation. If you are looking to study both the deformation as well as its effect on the fluid, then you will need a 2-way FSI. Otherwise, you could perhaps get away with either 1-way FSI. But, you will need to know the exact deformed geometry of the artery.
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