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Bi Chang March 24, 2005 16:18

FSI using CFX and ANSYS
 
Hi! How are you everybody??

I am struggling with CFX and ANSYS for FSI modeling (wind-induced vibration)

I am familiar with ANSYS but new about CFX. Does anybody have a simple problem solution like wind-induced vibration using CFX and ANSYS? If anybod has a log file for both CFX and ANSYS, would you send me or list that file here?

Or, could you explain the steps to model in detail? Like. Step 1. Make Grid of fluid domain. Step 2. ..... .. which program do I need to do first? CFX or ANSYS? I know that MpCCI is required in order to model Two-Way analysis. I want two-way analysis. Does CFX has the MpCCI inside somewhere?

I have been helped a lot from this website. Thank you everybody!!!

Phil March 28, 2005 12:11

Re: FSI using CFX and ANSYS
 
You might want to wait for the next release which will have native two-way CFX-Ansys coupling. You then don't need MpCCI at all. The beta version has just been released.

speedcat May 10, 2005 04:47

Re: FSI using CFX and ANSYS
 
Is the release CFX5.6 or CFX5.7, and Ansys 8.1 ? Can't we need MpCCI at all?


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