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Investigation of prescribed movement in fluid–structure interaction simulation for the human phonation process

Abstract

In a partitioned approach for computational fluid–structure interaction (FSI) the coupling between fluid and structure causes substantial computational resources. Therefore, a convenient alternative is to reduce the problem to a pure flow simulation with preset movement and applying appropriate boundary conditions. This work investigates the impact of replacing the fully-coupled interface condition with a one-way coupling. To continue to capture structural movement and its effect onto the flow field, prescribed wall movements from separate simulations and/or measurements are used.

As an appropriate test case, we apply the different coupling strategies to the human phonation process, which is a highly complex interaction of airflow through the larynx and structural vibration of the vocal folds (VF). We obtain vocal fold vibrations from a fully-coupled simulation and use them as input data for the simplified simulation, i.e. just solving the fluid flow. All computations are performed with our research code CFS++, which is based on the finite element (FE) method.

The presented results show that a pure fluid simulation with prescribed structural movement can substitute the fully-coupled approach. However, caution must be used to ensure accurate boundary conditions on the interface, and we found that only a pressure driven flow correctly responds to the physical effects when using specified motion.

Keywords

  • Fluid–structure interaction;
  • Prescribed boundary conditions;
  • Finite element method

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