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Old   January 19, 2009, 14:13
Default FSI using CFX/ANSYS
Steve Ray
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I'm interested in doing some fluid-structure interaction modeling work. I've seen information that ANSYS v. 11 allows users to couple CFX and ANSYS, but everything that I've seen is from ANSYS themselves, which (quite naturally) is going to put the best face possible on the capabilities of the codes.

I'd like to hear from other users who have tried using these codes for FSI modeling work. For what classes of problems do the codes work well (e.g. compressible/incompressible flows, free-surface flows, large solid deformations)? Are there papers available describing work done using these codes?

Thanks! Steve
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