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Old   April 3, 2019, 03:51
Default ANSYS Product That Can Handle Two Different Fluids
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Dear Experts,

Is there an ANSYS Product which can handle/solve two different fluid domains (unlike CFX on which we have to activate beta feature to enable this capability) which are not directly mixing with each other? Heat transfer is done by solid domains separating the fluid domains. The main purpose is to perform thermal analysis.

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Can you specify three separate domains for this (fluid; solid; fluid) and define interfaces between them?
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