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Old   April 5, 2006, 19:31
Default Bi-directional FSI using Workbench
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Hi, I was wondering if someone could help me. I understand how to do a coupled FSI MFX/Ansys & CFX analysis problem via the example given in the Ansys Coupled-Field Analysis Guide section 4.4. I asked my local reseller if this capability would be moved into the Workbench environment in Version 11. He told me that it was already there in version 10.

From the Ansys manual and the example in section 4.4, the actual setup of the problem happens in the Classic environment, not the Workbench environment. Am I missing something here? I am specifically talking about a bi-directional FSI analysis using only the Workbench environment.

Does anyone know how to setup this type of problem using only the Workbench environment?

Thanks Stuman

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