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Old   April 27, 2017, 03:23
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Hello,
I'm interested in modeling a simple rectangle with a complex part inside and and create four reflections on 4 sides of the rectangle in Ansys. I want the reflective image to interact with the original rectangle. I'm interested in seeing how the complex part inside the box affect another complex part (from the reflection).

How do I do this?
What I've done is make one box with adiabatic wall and used the symmetry option. But since the walls are adiabatic, symmetry is useless. Also doesn't that mean the part interacts with the wall? Can that be extended to say whatever the wall absorb is like what the reflective part (that I'm not sure how to model) will absorb?
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