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Old   April 27, 2011, 17:53
Question Aerodynamic forces as Structural load
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Hi every body,

I have a problem in communication between Fluent and Ansys and I hope some experts can help me. I have analysed a wing in Fluent and now I want to import this force (Lift) or (just pressure instead of lift) on my structure to find the stresses and strains. I'm using Ansys 11 and Fluent 5/6.
May you tell me what is the easiest way to have the result of Fluent as structural load in ansys?

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Old   April 28, 2011, 11:04
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Still no answer! Nobody knows how to use the results of Fluent? So what do you do after you finish an analysis in Fluent? Is the anyway to get the pressure on each coordinate point? I mean pressure on each x , y and z!!!
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