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Old   January 15, 2007, 15:21
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This has to do more with structural analysis than fluid. We all know that we can export fluid results from CFX to Workbench Simulation and solve a steady state problem.Seems like Workbench 10 has only Transient Thermal anaylsis. Sequenced structrual is possible , but it is not just the same, 'cos I think we cannot load the fluid pressure results from CFX in Workbench as sequenced loads.

I know Workbench 11 and CFX 11 will be able to do that, with the new coupling they are going to have.

But can we do it with version 10 for CFX and Workbench? Even if it is uncoupled?
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