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Old   May 28, 2013, 10:40
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Hello guys,

I would like to compare coupling between CFX and Steady-State Thermal in Mechanical and direct cht in CFX.

Is there any tutorial about coupling, or do you have any tips how to set it up?

I linked solution from CFX with mechanical solution and I imported HTC and near wall temperature from CFX. But when comparing both cases, I get different results.

Heat load is internal (500kW/m3).

Thanks in advance for any comments

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There are lots of examples on FSI on the ANSYS Customer website on the ANSYS website.
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