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Old   April 25, 2014, 03:28
Default Arbitrary Lagrange Euler in ANSYS MFX?
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Hello folks,

I think my question is simple to be answered. I am currently writing my Master's Thesis about Fluid Structure Interaction and I often read about ALE-equations (Arbitrary Lagrange Euler) regarding the Interface between CFX and CSM. Is ANSYS MFX using ALE-equations?

I tried to find out in the Theory Guides but I couldn't find any information about that.

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