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Old   December 2, 2011, 08:30
Default importing Pressure in Transient structural with .XML format
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Hi all member

I'm trying to simulate FSI problem. In addition to pressure that transfer by CFX solver, there is a pressure distribution that most import to solid body in transient structural analysis system. this pressure distribution have a .CSV format.
How can i import it to transient structural analysis system?

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Old   December 2, 2011, 17:47
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Do you mean "how do I do a 1-way transient FSI analysis"? The best option in my opinion is to treat it like a 2-way FSI analysis, but only send data in 1 direction and only use 1 Coupling Iteration.
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