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Antonio January 15, 2007 06:24

FSI: FLUENT+Ansys or FLUENT+CFX
 
Could you help me? Where can I find tutorials about FSI with FLUENT+ANSYS or FLUENT+CFX? Thanks.Antonio

Antonio January 15, 2007 06:32

Re: FSI: FLUENT+Ansys or FLUENT+CFX
 
SORRY: FLUENT+Ansys or Ansys+CFX

Michael B January 15, 2007 11:06

Re: FSI: FLUENT+Ansys or FLUENT+CFX
 
http://www-harwell.ansys.com/demoroom/demos.php?id=11

Johnny January 15, 2007 20:11

Re: FSI: FLUENT+Ansys or FLUENT+CFX
 
There is a tutorial on FSI in the CFX 11.0 help documentation if you can get your hands on a pre-release version.

Patrick January 16, 2007 10:50

Re: FSI: FLUENT+Ansys or FLUENT+CFX
 
More precise: Tutorial 21, CFX-Help Ansys 11

There are also some FAQ aswered in the Ansys-Wiki on cfd-online.

zaheer May 20, 2010 03:18

hello!!
can some body help me ??? i hv to do fsi of centilever cylinder for its flow induced vibrations for my graduation project i m told to use ansys 12.1 i m new to it......... should i use ansys fluent+fsi or cfx+fsi...... can somebody help me in this regard..plz
regards zaheer!!!! thanx again

stumpy May 20, 2010 15:36

You should use cfx+ansys, since fluent+ansys does not currently have 2-way FSI capability, which is necessary for FIV.

zaheer May 21, 2010 02:24

thanx!! stumpy................. i should get started then!


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