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Old   June 2, 2016, 16:19
Default System Coupling without Geometry?
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Hello everyone,

I am trying to do a FSI study in Ansys Workbench by using pure mesh instead of geometry. I already have two meshed parts as two different phases (solid and fluid). The idea was to import solid one into Static Structural through Finite Element Modeler and the fluid one by directly using Fluent. Then I linked these two systems with System Coupling to run a 2-way FSI. However it did not work. I could not see those two meshes "coupled" together. Do you guys have any idea or suggestion about this case? There is no way for me to get a geometry since I am dealing with image based mesh.


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