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Old   November 21, 2005, 11:33
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Hello, I would like to perform a fluid-structural analysis. I have both cfx and ANSYS FEA, but I can't get FE modeler into the workbench environment! Could anyone please help me?

Thanks, Chris
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Old   November 30, 2005, 23:53
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if you could be a bit clearer in this i can help you out.

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Old   December 7, 2005, 12:04
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Hi Rajit, Many thanks for your reply. I was away from work and wasn't able to reply back soon, sorry.

My problem is, I have both CFX and FEA on my system. I can't get ANSYS Structural (FEA) into the workbench environment. I did contact the ANSYS people, they said I should have ANSYS 10 to get this, but I have only ANSYS 9.

Now, I want to apply the CFX results as loads in the FEA to do the structural part. How can I couple this two? Please tell me how can I import CFX results in the ANSYS structural? I look forward for your reply. Thanks.

Sincerely, Chris.
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Old   December 14, 2005, 00:26
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Iam sorry mate.i was on site for the past 2 weeks.iam pretty sure you can bring the CFX results as loads into the structural module.

if you hav CFX support there is a specific tutorial or example on this which i have seen.

I have done it 1 yrs ago iam not sure.if iam right there is an option in CFX-post called file-export and then select the region of interest.if iam right you can import the loads in the ansys.just try this i will try to collect information regarding this.

thanks Rajit
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