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Old   March 27, 2014, 04:09
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As read in the title, and as my final year project, I wish to perform a 2-way system coupled fluid structure interaction problem over a naca 0012 airfoil using system coupling in ansys. I am coupling transient structural and fluent for the same. I have certain problems that I am running into...

I am performing a 3d analysis of the airfoil. I am not considering it as a wing, so I wish to know which edge/face/point i should consider as fixed support. Also, while setting up the problem in fluent, I wish to know which zones in the dynamic meshing setup box would be stationary and which would be deformed. (I understand that the fluid-structure interaction surface would be the system-coupled dynamic mesh)

Kindly help with regards to this. Also any specific tutorial that caters to this problem description?
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I am not considering it as a wing
What are you trying to simulate then?
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@kristeen

By not considering it a wing, I mean to say that my fixed support is not the side of the wing. The deformation in the z direction is not my concern at all, but in the other two directions. On that note, I wish to know where my fixed support should lie, and which part of the dynamic mesh (in fluid body) should be stationary and which should be deformable. Please help me on that note.
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Hi,
I have the same problems as yours. Have you been able to find your answers?

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As read in the title, and as my final year project, I wish to perform a 2-way system coupled fluid structure interaction problem over a naca 0012 airfoil using system coupling in ansys. I am coupling transient structural and fluent for the same. I have certain problems that I am running into...

I am performing a 3d analysis of the airfoil. I am not considering it as a wing, so I wish to know which edge/face/point i should consider as fixed support. Also, while setting up the problem in fluent, I wish to know which zones in the dynamic meshing setup box would be stationary and which would be deformed. (I understand that the fluid-structure interaction surface would be the system-coupled dynamic mesh)

Kindly help with regards to this. Also any specific tutorial that caters to this problem description?
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