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Old   November 12, 2012, 08:41
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Does ANSYS Fluent contain any sort of immersed boundary method ?
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Not by default, but an external module is available, which is developed by Cascade Technologies (Stanford CTR, Moin, Iaccarino etc.). I don't know if the module can be requested at Ansys or Cascade Technologies or both. However note that as meshing is a core business from Ansys, very few details are known about this module and it is even hard to know about its existence.
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