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Old   November 30, 2021, 04:52
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Hello,
The objective of the work is to analyse the engine vibration effect on the flow through a pipe of uniform diameter. The output data analyses the flow characteristics in terms of pressure, velocity and turbulence.

We have experimental data for vibration in terms of 'time vs acceleration' and 'frequency vs acceleration'. This data we need to give it as input in the simulation as per our objective. We tried to explore the option to import vibration data in the Fluent, but couldn't.


We need your assistance in this regard, if some other module of Ansys Workbench can be used for the same.


Thank You

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