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Old   September 2, 2013, 11:49
Default FSI,Workbench-static structural,fluent
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Hello my friends,
I am trying to simulate FSI by workbench ansys. the goal is to obtain stress and strain of a 3D wing. Therefore, I used fluent and static structural in workbench. Fluent simulation is done very well, but I have a problem to run static structural.
In the structural, I imported just the wing (without flow domain) and after generating mesh, it is needed to import pressure data;
Project>Model>Static Structural>Imported Load (Solution) >Imported Pressure

I did it but I recieved an error.
An error occurred while trying to read the CFD result file. Please delete the load and try again.

Could anybody help me? Have you any experiance about it?
Do you have any toturial that solved FSI around a wing?
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