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Old   September 16, 2007, 03:26
Default FSI using fluent and abaqus vs ls dyna or dytran
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HAYATE
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hello i have a question about FSI , why we all trying to make fsi with coupling like cfx and ansys ,,,, abaqus and fluent or star cd and we are not using dytran or ls dyna???

the coupling offer us somthing that the dytran or ls dyna can not offer us???

best regards hayate
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Old   September 17, 2007, 06:55
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Hi Hayate,

Can you please tell me more about these softwares?.

Thanks

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Old   September 18, 2007, 08:16
Default Re: FSI using fluent and abaqus vs ls dyna or dytr
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well dytran and ls syna can make a real FSI with both solid and fluent . see this.. http://www.wavefront.co.jp/CAE/ensight/dytran.html aand

http://www.mscsoftware.com.au/produc...tran/index.htm see the multimedia examples.

it can do everything.....

why we are trying to make a coupling and not use this code??

best regards hayate
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