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Old   March 3, 2010, 21:23
Default How to compute the model by FLUENT and ANSYS
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I set the model from PRO/E, and computed the model by ANSYS. Now I want to compute the model by FLUENT, and load the result file which come from ANSYS computed. The type of mesh in FLUENT is different from ANSYS, which is FEA ,which is FVM. How to deal with?
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If you are doing it with Workbench, it happens automatically (results are interpolated as loads)...

If you are outside of WB, you need to map (interpolate) the results of the first solve as loads onto the mesh of the second...

You should be able to find tutorials for either way on the ANSYS customer portal (look at the bottom of the ANSYS Website...)

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