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Old   May 27, 2020, 21:41
Post [FSI]How to continue calculations using other resluts?
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Dear friends:
I have finished fsi calculations of a spring at 0.3mach(Using Workbench). I have got all the Fluent and TransientMechanical data.

Now I want to using the results of 0.3mach as initial conditions, and to calculate the dynamic process of the deformation of the spring from 0.3 mach to 0.4 mach, but I dont know how to operate. I have tried to change boundary conditons in the Fluent module, but when I click "continue update" in the SystemCoupling module, it continues to calculate at 0.3mach

I have tried many times but I cannot set the initial conditions properly, and I need to submit the results before JUNE, so I would really appreciate it if anyone can offer me some suggestions. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
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