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Old   March 6, 2009, 12:49
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Hi all,

Is possible to run a fsi 2 way simulation with ansys prep7 input file calling from CFX? I did the same simulation using Workbench, and it works. Now, I am trying to do it using a version in ansys classic input file for the same simulation (prep7 in batch mode), but I couldn't find information in the documentation for a 2 way simulation, only for 1 way simulation in that mode. Should I change my approach and call the CFX file from the ANSYS classic simulation, or it works exactly as with Workbench? Our version of Workbench doesn't work stable with Linux, and I would do that using our net of linux machines to make my work more efficient.

Thanks in advance for any help that you can give me!
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Old   March 6, 2009, 13:24
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Ok... I tried to do in the same way with the ansys prep7 input file, running in linux and...

I got this error message:

An error has occurred in cfx5solve: Ansys working directory cannot contain spaces on Unix

Does anybody know what kind of problem do I have?

Thank you.
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