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Old   June 17, 2013, 18:31
Default CO-SIMULATION using FLUENT 13.0
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Hi everybody,

Please share your experience(how to do etc) in following:

Coupling two simulation in fluent i.e in Co-Simulation.

Actually I wish to couple a 2D simulation with 1D simulation both done in FLUENT. I neither have previous experience with GT-Power or WAVE nor am having these software's. Is there any user defined way to have interaction between two simulation? Even a hint on how it can be done will be appreciated.

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