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Old   November 17, 2019, 04:58
Default Which analysis type do i use?
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Hi, I am a student and I try to learn Ansys Fluent. I have a project and want to see approximately how much pressure is it needed to swell. Which analysis type do i use? It is elastic, therefore i am confused.

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Old   November 18, 2019, 04:04
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I doubt if this can be done using Fluent. The flow is not so interesting here. The shape (i.e. deformation) is not determined by flow but by the pressure. So you'd better focus on the mechanical part. Not sure what mechanical software can do this.
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Old   November 19, 2019, 16:01
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Not CFD software, as Gert-Jan says.
This would be a mechanical analysis with geometric non-linearities, and probably material non-linearities included. Most commercial FEA packages should be able to do this. ANSYS mechanical static-structural for one. Transient-Structural is not needed, as inertia is not a role here for the most part.
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ansys 19.2, elastic analysis, elastic deformation, pressure coefficient

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