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Old   June 29, 2014, 12:08
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Hello dears!

Can anyone give me the ANSYS Fluent 15 User guide and UDF Manual please?
I desperately need them!
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Old   June 30, 2014, 02:11
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They should be included in your Fluent installation, just press F1.

If somehow it is not installed, contact the company that you purchased Fluent from.

If you don't have a legal installation of Fluent, you are asking us to give you documents that are protected by copyright law. You are then basically asking us to do illegal things, on a public forum. Good luck with that!
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Hi

I agree with pakk. Even though the User Guide is in general a good source to read and the older versions are freely available (correct me here, if I'm wrong). The changes from 14.5 to 15.0 aren't major anyway.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=fluent+manual+release+14.5
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They should be included in your Fluent installation, just press F1.

If somehow it is not installed, contact the company that you purchased Fluent from.

If you don't have a legal installation of Fluent, you are asking us to give you documents that are protected by copyright law. You are then basically asking us to do illegal things, on a public forum. Good luck with that!
Dear pakk! thanks for your reply!

My working software is ANSYS 14.5 and I'm looking for somethings in ANSYS 15 Documents!
Because ANSYS 14.5 documents are available in the net as free documents, I guessed this documents are free for ansys 15 too!
Is it illegal to have these documents for everybody? It's only the help of fluent! not the entire of it's!
Anyway, thanks for your help!
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I agree with pakk. Even though the User Guide is in general a good source to read and the older versions are freely available (correct me here, if I'm wrong). The changes from 14.5 to 15.0 aren't major anyway.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=fluent+manual+release+14.5
Dear beer! Thank you for your help!
Are you sure the changes from Fluent 14.5 to 15 aren't considerable?
Is UDF manual for 15 is almost same 14.5?
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Because ANSYS 14.5 documents are available in the net as free documents, I guessed this documents are free for ansys 15 too!
Is it illegal to have these documents for everybody? It's only the help of fluent! not the entire of it's!
Anyway, thanks for your help!
What makes you think that these documents are available in the net as free documents?
Sure, some people have put them online, and you can find them by google. But that does not mean that they are free documents. By default, everything you find in the internet is copyrighted, except when it specifically says that it is not.

The ANSYS 15.0 documents are protected. The legal notice says:" 2013 SAS IP, Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use, distribution or duplication is prohibited."
But even without this legal notice, it would be protected by copyright.


I think that Ansys should makes these documents available to everybody. I think it would even benefit them, because potential customers can see the strengths of Ansys products. But, they did not do that. So, I am not allowed to send you these documents.
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Of course Dear pakk!
Certainly the right of ANSYS software , the documents, their profits, and a lot of rights is for ANSYS! but as you said I think the documents can be helpful for ANSYS to users attraction and in my opinion as older versions the documents most be available for everybody! No one can't operate any analysis only with this papers! This papers written just for its software!

However, grateful for time that you spent!
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The documents have obviously copyrights. But ANSYS seems to tolerate the distribution. I found version 14.5 freely available on the web page of the TU Wien (Vienna). I don't think they would put it online if ANSYS was against it. Having said this, personally I wouldn't share it with other people.
Plus the ansys help program, which should be included in all packages (at least the educational version of my university has it) is better than a pdf, because you have a search included.
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ANSYS Documentation for Release 15.0

http://148.204.81.206/Ansys/readme.html
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ANSYS Documentation for Release 15.0

http://148.204.81.206/Ansys/readme.html
Oh! My dear friend!
Thank you very much!
You've solved a big problem!
Thanks!
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hi, anybody have a working link of ANSYS Documentation for Release 15.0.
above link is not working . please re-post the fresh link
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hi, anybody have a working link of ANSYS Documentation for Release 15.0.
above link is not working . please re-post the fresh link
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hi,
I checked the links and they sound okay, try again.
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The text says " 2013 SAS IP, Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use, distribution or duplication is prohibited."

I don't have the impression that that website has permission from Fluent to distribute the text.
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thanks , link is working fine.
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