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aerobanakar May 8, 2010 09:33

mapping CFD to FEM ?
 
Dear all
I want to know how I can export my data grid from ANSYS (FEM) to another CFD software ?
pleasea help me m as soon as possible

mechanicaldesign May 13, 2010 02:39

Hi aerobanakar,

If you choose to export like .cdb export from ANSYS, maybe you can to import the mesh in other solve like CFD. I'm not sure, but try, and posted here if it works.

Best regards.

aerobanakar May 14, 2010 10:06

THx
 
hello
Thx because of ur help
best regards
M. banakar(aerobanakar)

ssixr February 12, 2012 11:19

mapping
 
hey banakar,
i am also trying to map cfd data to fea...have u figured out any methods?
thank you
sudhir
Quote:

Originally Posted by aerobanakar (Post 258794)
hello
Thx because of ur help
best regards
M. banakar(aerobanakar)


emreg February 14, 2012 02:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by ssixr (Post 344017)
hey banakar,
i am also trying to map cfd data to fea...have u figured out any methods?
thank you
sudhir

follow this procedure:

-Open ansys workbench..
-set up any fluent case on workbench GUI
-at the same time, set up a structural analysis on the same screen. Read your mesh data for ansys meshing and built it.
-connect the solution data from fluent with FEM, which are placed on workbench.
- Start Mechanical FEM by selecting the FEM case.

Far February 14, 2012 15:42

Quote:

External Data Mapping
When results are to be shared between physics, standard practice is to import data, such as pressure fields, temperatures or heat exchange coefficients, from external files. Automated algorithms provide a very efficient tool to project the data from one mesh to another. However, some problems can arise in cases of misalignment between the original data and the current mesh, or when the initial data is too scarce. The capabilities introduced at ANSYS release 13.0 have been enhanced to provide users with additional control and correction capabilities in ANSYS 14.0.

http://www.ansys.com/Products/ANSYS+...ase+Highlights

ssixr May 1, 2012 23:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by emreg (Post 344270)
follow this procedure:

-Open ansys workbench..
-set up any fluent case on workbench GUI
-at the same time, set up a structural analysis on the same screen. Read your mesh data for ansys meshing and built it.
-connect the solution data from fluent with FEM, which are placed on workbench.
- Start Mechanical FEM by selecting the FEM case.

thanks for your reply emreg. but in my company we are using mechanical apdl as the solver not workbench so i cant follow the above procedure...And i am getting heatflux (temperature dependent data) from CFD group and giving temperature values for thermostructural group... CFD software used is FLUENT only..is there any way to apply CFD loads directly...

thanks
sudhir


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