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Compressible flow in a duct with a moving part

compressible flow in a deformable duct

Compressible flow in a deformable duct

This example models a 3D duct whose upper part has can oscillate. The fluid flow is supposed compressible. The Von Mises constraints are represented on the structure and the velocity field is plotted in the fluid domain.
This application has been solved with OOFELIE coupled with FINE™/Hexa.

This example models a 3D duct whose upper part has can oscillate. The fluid flow is supposed compressible. The Von Mises constraints are represented on the structure and the velocity field is plotted in the fluid domain.
This application has been solved with OOFELIE coupled with FINE™/Hexa.

This example models a 3D duct whose upper part has can oscillate. The fluid flow is supposed compressible. The Von Mises constraints are represented on the structure and the velocity field is plotted in the fluid domain.
This application has been solved with OOFELIE coupled with FINE™/Hexa.

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