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Old   June 8, 2011, 03:50
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The problem I did not find any tutorial for this application,can you help to find it
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Old   August 13, 2011, 07:32
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Hi there. I am a complete Ansys software package novice user.

Here is a bit complex preview of the thing I want to do:

http://imageshack.us/f/690/vrayi.jpg/

Basically I want to do use some of the Ansys packages to make a wind pressure test on some structure (simpler than the one shown above), lets say a simple cube, or a vertical stick.

Is there any tutorial for this?

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Old   August 13, 2011, 07:44
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Most of the general tutorials will help for this case. No need for multiphase or similar tricky stuff. You might want to consider advanced turbulence technques like DES/SAS... but if you are a CFD beginner then better not.

Unfortunately tutorials which go beyond showing what buttons to press to show you what is actually required to do a useful and accurate CFD is another thing. I cannot suggest a reference here - anybody else have some useful references for how to do accurate CFD?
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Old   December 17, 2012, 02:20
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Then, I use CFX, that includes CFX-pre for importing the mesh and setting boundary conditions, CFX-solver for running the simulation, and CFX-Post to see the results.


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Hi OA.

I am new to CFD and it is nice to see that you have posted what each component of CFX will do.

Is this list exhaustive? Or are there some other components of CFX? If so, could you please post their name and their functionality ?
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Old   December 19, 2012, 12:27
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No, the ANSYS CFX application is composed of those three modules. There are other separate modules that help you create a geometry, a mesh and do parametric simulations, but those are from ANSYS Workbench, which is a framework that connects almost all of the ANSYS solvers.

You should take a look at ansys.com for more info and maybe contact one of their local "dealers". They'll be more then happy to explain you everything.
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Old   December 20, 2012, 01:22
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No, the ANSYS CFX application is composed of those three modules. There are other separate modules that help you create a geometry, a mesh and do parametric simulations, but those are from ANSYS Workbench, which is a framework that connects almost all of the ANSYS solvers.

You should take a look at ansys.com for more info and maybe contact one of their local "dealers". They'll be more then happy to explain you everything.
Thanks for the information. I will look in to that.
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