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Old   August 4, 2010, 14:04
Default export data from fluent to ansys
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hi everybody. im working in a simulation to obation the thermal stress in a specific body. i use fluent to obtain the temperatures in the body. i applyed convective boundary conditions in the top side, adiabatic conditions in the lateral sides and symmetry in the bottomside. i do not use any fluid in mi simulation in Fluent only apply heat in the top side. i get a teperature distribution in the surface of my body. then i try to obtain the thrmal stress in ansys but i can`t import the thermal load, only appear import pressure, but i dont need that to obtain the thermal stress, in the ansys window appear taht the thermal analysis is not made but i made it in fluent. can anybody help me? i need export thermal data in ansys classic or ansys 12 to obtain the thermal stresses. please helpme im desesperated, im trying this since 4 weeks ago. i attach some pics.
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