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Old   February 24, 2012, 12:11
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IS FSI possible with multibody having some relative motion in ANSYS.

In my analysis, I started ANSYS Transient Module. The analysis I am doing consist some relative motion between two body, one is fixed and one has revolute joint. I am analysing how this relative motion will affect the flow around it.

The ANSYS solver is run first and then CFX. When I setup everything and run the ANSYS solver gives this error:

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*** WARNING *** CP = 0.594 TIME= 21:41:04
ANSYS results must be written into the database for Multifield
analysis. The /CONFIG,NOELDB,1 command is ignored.
SERVE GLOBAL COUPLING INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL SYNCHRONIZATION FOR CFX:

SECOND SYNCHRONIZATION POINT OF MASTER CODE:
GET INTERFACE MESHES, INITAIL VALUES, and RESTART LOADS

*** ERROR *** CP = 0.641 TIME= 21:41:05
CONTAC171 through CONTAC177 elements with KEYOP(2)=2 are invalid
elements for the Multifield Solver.

*** ERROR *** CP = 0.641 TIME= 21:41:05
CONTAC171 through CONTAC177 elements with KEYOP(2)=2 are invalid
elements for the Multifield Solver.
2nd sync. point: Get interface mesh

*** ERROR *** CP = 0.703 TIME= 21:41:05
Error during setup - Skipping the remaining MultiField analysis.

*** ERROR *** CP = 0.703 TIME= 21:41:05
Error during setup - Skipping the remaining MultiField analysis.
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