A problem that arises very frequently in many industrial applications is the study of steady incompressible flows in a network of pipes. This paper introduces a structural analogy that allows the problem to be treated with a certain class of non-linear finite elements. The advantage of this formulation is that it falls within the range of capabilities offered by most structural analysis codes available in the market.
Cifuentes, Arturo. "Solution of Incompressible Steady Flow Problems in Closed Conduits Using Finite Elements and a Structural Analogy." Engineering Computations 5, no. 2 (June 1998): 165-168.
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