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Old   September 13, 2013, 07:07
Default Static structural by solution of Fluent(with imported mesh from ICEM)
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Hi everybody

I was meshed a model in icem cfd(Ver 14.0), and imported to workbench geometry project and solved it by Fluent, now I cannot transfer it into static structural project.
in fact static structural project needs geometry link, but i did not mesh the model in workbench meshing project (I have meshed model).

could anybody help me?
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Old   September 26, 2013, 10:01
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I'm about to try smth similar.
I'm not experienced with Workbench but was thinking whether you could try to read a geometry in for the imported mesh?
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Old   October 10, 2013, 05:26
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Hi,
If you can mesh your model in ICEM then you should try to include this in workbench? i.e. not importing the mesh but using ICEM CFD as a component part of the project schematic in workbench.
Geometry (with fluid + solid) --> ICEM --> Fluent and the same geometry would go to the static structural as well as the input from fluent.

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Old   October 10, 2013, 06:32
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Hi,
If you can mesh your model in ICEM then you should try to include this in workbench? i.e. not importing the mesh but using ICEM CFD as a component part of the project schematic in workbench.
Geometry (with fluid + solid) --> ICEM --> Fluent and the same geometry would go to the static structural as well as the input from fluent.

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That makes sense!
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Hi Marion,
yes, This project (Using ICEM CFD as a component part of the project schematic) could complete with ansys workbench v.14.5.
Thank very much for your reply.
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how can we use same mesh from icem cfd in static structural
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