March 23, 2020 at 1:49 ammreza65Subscriber
Hi. I want to simulate particles in the human airway. I assume the airway walls are dynamic. I have two approaches:
1- Find a relation for the motion of airway walls to model them with dynamic mesh (which is difficult), or
2- We have a lot of images by MRI scan from our experimental studies on the human airway.
March 23, 2020 at 5:55 amKeyur KanadeAnsys Employee
the dynamic mesh is one option. you already said it is difficult for you.
when you say "e have obtained a set of flow field via PIV experiments." I assume you have some input values only for Fluent but you do not have mesh.
to solve this in Fluent you first will have to get a mesh from scanned geometry. You may want to use Fluent Meshing for the same.
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