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Old   January 27, 2016, 21:08
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Hi All,

Has anyone used ANSYS for acoustic modelling? I'm trying to acoustic modela body and I don't know what approaches to take. Whether I should use CFX or FLUENT? Then where is the option whereby I can measure acoustics? I've used CFX and I've linked my geometry to my mesh and meshed it. But It feels like I haven't got to the part where I can measure the acoustics of the body. Any advice will be appreciated

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