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Old   January 9, 2022, 22:29
Post Possibility to use Ansys workbench for coupling Fluent and Maxwell in Two computers
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Hello, I am new for ANSYS workbench
I have
COMPUTER 1: a server computer (which run FLUENT simulation very fast, but slow to run ANSYS MAXWELL)
Computer 2: a PC (which run ANSYS MAXWELL very fast but FLUENT simualtion very slow)
Both computers have been installed with ANSYS FLUENT , MAXWELL, WORKBENCH. I have one floating license for all above softwares
CAN I?
1. setting up a workbench (maybe on COMPUTER 1) two way/one way coupling which using FLUENT solver on COMPUTER 1 and MAXWELL solver on COMPUTER 2?
2. If yes, what manual/documentation/keyword guide I need to study
2. If not, what are the major hardware/software difficulties that cause the it to be fail?

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Old   January 9, 2022, 23:19
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It looks like I need to study this RSM
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For 1 Way FSI, you can just do this manually, use one machine for Fluent, then the other for Maxwell.
I would just remote desktop to the other machine instead of setting up RSM.

It sounds strange that the performance would flip-flop like that though, doesn't really make a lot of sense. Not impossible, just a bit strange, and it makes me wonder what the hardware is that would produce this?
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For 1 Way FSI, you can just do this manually, use one machine for Fluent, then the other for Maxwell.
I would just remote desktop to the other machine instead of setting up RSM.

It sounds strange that the performance would flip-flop like that though, doesn't really make a lot of sense. Not impossible, just a bit strange, and it makes me wonder what the hardware is that would produce this?
Thank you so much
How is about the use of ANSYS remote solver manager?
Can it be used for two way coupling?
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Not that I'm aware of, but I can't say no for absolutely sure.
I would doubt it though. RSM is just for solving on a remote machine, I don't believe it is intended for 2-way FSI like you describe, but I have never tried.
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Not that I'm aware of, but I can't say no for absolutely sure.
I would doubt it though. RSM is just for solving on a remote machine, I don't believe it is intended for 2-way FSI like you describe, but I have never tried.
Thank you so much
does it mean for 2 way FSI, it is better to be done in one computer?
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