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gunposer December 8, 2009 10:55

Inlet Outlet
 
Hi,
how do I define Inlet and Outlet and Wall for Edges in 2D Geometry in Ansys 12?

jitukr December 9, 2009 02:17

Do You have Ansys 12. may i request for copy of it. Pl give me link or torrent of it.
 
Do You have Ansys 12. may I request for copy of it. Please give me link or torrent of it. million Thanks. My copy is damaged. :(:confused: jitukr@gmail.com

rwryne December 9, 2009 09:07

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Originally Posted by jitukr (Post 239221)
Do You have Ansys 12. may I request for copy of it. Please give me link or torrent of it. million Thanks. My copy is damaged. :(:confused: jitukr@gmail.com


Here you go: www.ansys.com

PSYMN December 10, 2009 18:00

Named Selections.
 
First, to Ryne, Hilarious, Thanks.:D

For applying bocos to a 2D geometry, you use named selections just as you would for a 3D geometry. You can do this in DM or in ANSYS Meshing. Use the edge selector (above the middle of the screen somewhere) and select the inlet edge, right click and create a named selection. Call in “INLET” and generate. Then repeat for the outlet.


Later, when the mesh is generated, the line elements along these edges will be in the component of the named selection. When you get to your solver, you will be able to select by this component/named selection and apply your bocos.


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