Thanks to the advancements in the digital era we are able to capture naturally grown and artificially manufactured microstructures with various scanning devices like CT and MRT and can transfer the digital image data to finite element models. In addition, there has been a permanent improvement in the quality of additive reproduction technology. Looking at the biomedical industry producing organic parts, porous materials saturated with fluids play an important role. For this reason, we also have to develop appropriate simulation technology providing a description for porous materials regarding the underlying microstructure. This contribution presents a numerical experiment for the flow through a porous body with different underlying microstructures applying the TPM2‐Method. The different macroscopic behavior for the displacements, pressure distribution, and volumetric fluid flow for an isotropic and two differently orientated anisotropic microstructures are shown in section 3. (© 2017 Wiley‐VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim)
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics & Mechanics – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2017
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