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ABAQUS 6.14 FSI Engine Mapping Search Failure

I am doing a Co-Simulation in ABAQUS 6.14, where a fluid (water) flows through a Solid Steel. In my first trials, I used a Solid with one consistent hole, and a fluid. Everything worked perfect.
In my second trial the solid is wider and with two holes, so the fluid flows in one hole in and comes out at the other hole.

Step : Dynamic, implicit

Opening for a Sr CFD/FEA Modeling Engineer at Medtronic

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Experience with phase-chase modeling or FSI is a plus.  

Please feel free to forward this posting to potential candidates.  Thanks!

Workshops or summer school in FSI using meshless methods

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Hello everyone,

 I am a doctorate student working with meshless methods for fluid flow. I would like to attend a summer school or workshops that can enrich my knowledge in FSI and meshless methods for FSI. I would really appreciate if anyone could recommend me a good school around Europe. As far as I have searched I was unable to find courses in the internet.

Thanks for your help,

Regards 

FSI issue in abaqus co-simulation: misaligned nodes

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Hi everyone,

 I am performing FSI simulation under abaqus.

The simulation consists in a porous solid (elastic isotrope and homogeneous under Abaqus/explicit) filled by a non newtonian (viscous fluid under Abaqus/CFD). The whole is contained in a cubic shell in order to apply proper boundary condition.

The cube is pinned on one face and undergoes a compression displacement on the opposite face. I have defined an interaction condition between the solid surface and the fluid model surface so Abaqus can exchange information during Explicit and CFD simulation.

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Abaqus 6.13 - What's New! On-demand Webinar

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Physical Instabilities in FSI

In this Tech Brief, we present two interesting fluid-structure interaction problems involving adaptive meshing and physical instability

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Engineer/programmer sought for multiphysics simulation software development position in Baltimore, MD

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PhD opportunities @ Oxford (for EU / UK nationals)

Dear iMechanica commmunity,

we are looking for 3 PhD students at Oxford, starting from the 1st of October 2010 or as soon as possible thereafter. The closing date for the application is the 26th of July. The 3 students are required for two different research projects, namely:

 

1) Underwater blast on composite structures - open only to EU nationals; 2 PhD students are required. The studentships are advertised here

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