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ajialiang July 23, 2012 04:55

Regarding Remeshing in 2way FSI fluent
 
Hi,

I am currently modelling the flap in the tutorial given by ansys tutorial on 2way fsi. my question is what do I do when the hyperelastic flap touches the bottom of the wall, as it remeshes it gives me the problem and the fluent will have some problem.

thank you, your solution is deeply appreciated.

thank you,

stumpy August 10, 2012 09:52

You cannot let it touch, you need to leave a small gap. In Mechanical set up a contact between the flap and the bottom wall and use the Contact Offset feature so that a small gap remains.

tmeysam92 August 11, 2012 10:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by ajialiang (Post 372939)
Hi,

I am currently modelling the flap in the tutorial given by ansys tutorial on 2way fsi. my question is what do I do when the hyperelastic flap touches the bottom of the wall, as it remeshes it gives me the problem and the fluent will have some problem.

thank you, your solution is deeply appreciated.

thank you,

hi ajialiang,

i want to work on ansys 14 fsi(fluent fsi) problem, but i do not have tutorial.

i was wondering if you send me some tutorials about fsi.

thanks in advance.

tmeysam92@yahoo.com

ilker199 October 8, 2012 10:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by ajialiang (Post 372939)
Hi,

I am currently modelling the flap in the tutorial given by ansys tutorial on 2way fsi. my question is what do I do when the hyperelastic flap touches the bottom of the wall, as it remeshes it gives me the problem and the fluent will have some problem.

thank you, your solution is deeply appreciated.

thank you,


Hi ajialiang;

I am working on 2way FSI with ansys but I dont have any tutorials.
Can you please send me the tutorial mentioned above.
My e-mail adress is "ivuruskan@gmail.com"

thanks....


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