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Old   January 30, 2021, 04:48
Default Coupling Analysis of the ship model with tanks for sloshing analysis in ANSYS
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Kindly I would like to get some assistance on how to couple the ship model with tanks for sloshing analysis in ANSYS?

My ship model is in PNG 1, while PNG 2 is the reference ship model that I would like to show you to do the coupling analysis.

I would like to couple only 2 tanks on the ship.
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