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Global_Physical_Variables Namespace Reference

Namespace for phyical parameters. More...

Functions

void prescribed_traction (const double &t, const Vector< double > &x, const Vector< double > &n, Vector< double > &traction)
 Traction applied on the fluid at the left (inflow) boundary. More...
 
void load (const Vector< double > &xi, const Vector< double > &x, const Vector< double > &N, Vector< double > &load)
 Load function: Apply a constant external pressure to the wall. Note: This is the load without the fluid contribution! Fluid load gets added on by FSIWallElement. More...
 

Variables

double Re =50.0
 Reynolds number. More...
 
double ReSt =50.0
 Womersley = Reynolds times Strouhal. More...
 
double P_up =0.0
 Default pressure on the left boundary. More...
 
double H =1.0e-2
 Non-dimensional wall thickness. As in Jensen & Heil (2003) paper. More...
 
double Sigma0 =1.0e3
 2nd Piola Kirchhoff pre-stress. As in Jensen & Heil (2003) paper. More...
 
double P_ext =0.0
 External pressure. More...
 
double Q =1.0e-5
 Fluid structure interaction parameter: Ratio of stresses used for non-dimensionalisation of fluid to solid stresses. More...
 
double Lambda_sq =0.0
 Pseudo-solid mass density. More...
 
double Nu =0.1
 Pseudo-solid Poisson ratio. More...
 

Detailed Description

Namespace for phyical parameters.

Function Documentation

void Global_Physical_Variables::load ( const Vector< double > &  xi,
const Vector< double > &  x,
const Vector< double > &  N,
Vector< double > &  load 
)

Load function: Apply a constant external pressure to the wall. Note: This is the load without the fluid contribution! Fluid load gets added on by FSIWallElement.

Definition at line 213 of file fsi_collapsible_channel.cc.

References P_ext.

Referenced by FSICollapsibleChannelProblem< ELEMENT >::FSICollapsibleChannelProblem().

void Global_Physical_Variables::prescribed_traction ( const double &  t,
const Vector< double > &  x,
const Vector< double > &  n,
Vector< double > &  traction 
)

Traction applied on the fluid at the left (inflow) boundary.

Definition at line 190 of file fsi_collapsible_channel.cc.

References P_up.

Referenced by FSICollapsibleChannelProblem< ELEMENT >::actions_after_adapt(), and FSICollapsibleChannelProblem< ELEMENT >::FSICollapsibleChannelProblem().

Variable Documentation

double Global_Physical_Variables::H =1.0e-2
double Global_Physical_Variables::Lambda_sq =0.0

Pseudo-solid mass density.

Definition at line 229 of file fsi_pseudo_solid_collapsible_channel.cc.

double Global_Physical_Variables::Nu =0.1

Pseudo-solid Poisson ratio.

Definition at line 232 of file fsi_pseudo_solid_collapsible_channel.cc.

double Global_Physical_Variables::P_ext =0.0

External pressure.

Definition at line 208 of file fsi_collapsible_channel.cc.

Referenced by FSICollapsibleChannelProblem< ELEMENT >::doc_solution(), load(), and main().

double Global_Physical_Variables::P_up =0.0

Default pressure on the left boundary.

Definition at line 187 of file fsi_collapsible_channel.cc.

Referenced by main(), and prescribed_traction().

double Global_Physical_Variables::Q =1.0e-5

Fluid structure interaction parameter: Ratio of stresses used for non-dimensionalisation of fluid to solid stresses.

Definition at line 225 of file fsi_collapsible_channel.cc.

Referenced by FSICollapsibleChannelProblem< ELEMENT >::FSICollapsibleChannelProblem().

double Global_Physical_Variables::Re =50.0
double Global_Physical_Variables::ReSt =50.0

Womersley = Reynolds times Strouhal.

Definition at line 184 of file fsi_collapsible_channel.cc.

Referenced by FSICollapsibleChannelProblem< ELEMENT >::FSICollapsibleChannelProblem().

double Global_Physical_Variables::Sigma0 =1.0e3

2nd Piola Kirchhoff pre-stress. As in Jensen & Heil (2003) paper.

Definition at line 205 of file fsi_collapsible_channel.cc.

Referenced by FSICollapsibleChannelProblem< ELEMENT >::FSICollapsibleChannelProblem().