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Old   August 17, 2010, 18:47
Default How to simulate FSI with harmonic load
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hi everyone,
I need to simulate flow in pipe. the pipe is subjected to harmonic (sinusoidal) force. I use 2 way FSI (fluid flow CFX and ansys Harmonic response) from ansys workbench but unfortunately I found that ansys harmonic does support for fluid-solid interface load. so could you please let me know how to couple interface boundaries(solid-fluid interface) when harmonic load is applied to the structure(pipe).
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