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Old   March 23, 2014, 18:19
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Hi,
The company I work for is looking for a FEA package to replace the current package. We are thinking of also purchasing a CFD tool.
I sat with a sales person, there was mentioned the "multiphysics" capability of ANSYS, and I was wondering if this is "solver" dependent, i.e does the combination of for example "ANSYS stractural" with "ANSYS CFD-Flo" able to couple these two disciplines?

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CFD-Flo is low cost variant of CFX, so I am not usre if it can handle multiphysics. Most likely you will have to use CFX or Fluent for FSI.

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OK, Thanks.
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