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Old   May 29, 2013, 04:59
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I want to perform an fsi analaysis on a pipe heated from one side. All i want to see is the effect of the deformation of the pipe on the fluid flow. First i perform a transient thermal analysis on the solid and then i want to import the load on Ansys Structural. Please give me an idea on the way to import full transient thermal load on Structural transient and not just the last timestep.
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There are lots of examples of this on the ANSYS Customer website, see www.ansys.com
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Hello people,
I want to perform an fsi analaysis on a pipe heated from one side. All i want to see is the effect of the deformation of the pipe on the fluid flow. First i perform a transient thermal analysis on the solid and then i want to import the load on Ansys Structural. Please give me an idea on the way to import full transient thermal load on Structural transient and not just the last timestep.
I meet the same problem with u. hav u solve it yet?
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Inside the structural analysis in the import load option you can specify the timesteps of the thermal analysis you want to transfer manually by writing them on the table given.
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