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Old   March 29, 2011, 10:48
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I just finished a conjugate simulation in CFX. The model has three parts, solid part 1 (material 1), solid part 2 (material 2) and fluid part. Solid part 1 and solid part 2 are "glued" each other as solid part 2 is a coating layer on solid part 1.
Now I want to export both solid parts to Ansys for a stress simulation. I want to use the same mesh. What is the best way to do this? Sorry, we don't have Ansys workbench.

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