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Old   October 9, 2012, 13:37
Default FSI: How to transfer static pressure from fluent to ANSYS
Sean (J.X.) Shi
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I am learning to use two-way FSI ANSYS/Fluent to simulate the Wing flap.

When I use one-way FSI, I use import load/pressure in ANSYS, it works fine. The static pressure is correctly imported.

But when I use two-way FSI, I use fluid solid interface in ANSYS, it can not work. Following the tutorial, I change the reference pressure to 0 in Fluent. But yet useless. For the same flow, the stress show in one-way FSI is totally different from two-way FSI.

Someone can help me?

Thanks a lot.
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