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Old   March 30, 2013, 06:41
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Everyone,
It is interesting,
I find I cann't do this work,I don't know if the Ansys or Fluent can acomplish this work,in fact,I want to know deformation of the high pressure chamber.
I find it's difficult to set the boundary condition .
just like a hollow steel ball,fill with 100MPa water inside, I want to the deformation when ambient pressure decrease from 100MPa to 0MPa.
the thickness of the steel ball is 20mm.
Could you give me some suggestions?
1. the water is compressible
2. the water inside expands with the ambient pressure decreasing.
There is a balance between the water pressure and the stress of steel ball.

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