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Old   June 10, 2016, 16:37
Question FSI in Ansys (Image Based Mesh)
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Hello Everyone.

We are dealing with a one-way FSI problem that is based on mesh from CT-Scan image instead of CAD geometry. We've already had two separated mesh files: .cdb (workbench) for solid phase and .msh (fluent) for fluid domain. Both of these two meshes came from CT-Scan and generated in a software called ScanIP. They share the same nodes along solid/fluid boundary. We want to apply cycling compression loading to the solid phase and to see what kind of wall-shear-stress will occur in the fluid phase. Is there a way to establish a one way coupling in Ansys for this situation? We don't have and don't want to use CAD geometry or surface model for this study cause the geometry is too complicated.


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