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Old   May 3, 2013, 05:43
Post Two way FSI post processing in CFX
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I am trying to simulate a two way FSI for a turbine blade using ANSYS CFX and Static structural in workbench. For that I wrote an input file from ANSYS static structural and imported that as ANSYS Multifield in CFX. I wanted to ask whether we can see the stress distribution on the blade due to the flow field in the CFX post processing. We can only see the deformation of the mesh surrounding the blade but not other results that we normally see from the structural analysis. Do we have to make some other setup for this ?
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