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Old   December 12, 2012, 11:30
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Hi I'm Andrea,

I am a student and I am using Fluent for my thesis.
What I want to do is an aeroelastyc analisys structured following these steps:
-creation of a CFD model and export of the loads
-deformation of the structure and of the aero mesh in NASTRAN
-update of the deformed cfd mesh in fluent for the new analisys

now I am able to reimport the deformed mesh in fluen, but only the part that regard the surface of the wing, I don't want to remesh manually the domain at every step, so I am asking if there is a thecnique that starting from the previous mesh and the new mesh of the wing surface deform all the volumes of the domain according the new geometry of the wing.

Thank you very much for your help
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