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Old   June 12, 2016, 20:00
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I'd like to a perform a one-way FSI analysis since solid deflections are negligible in my project. However, the problem is transient.

Is it possible to connect Fluent to Transient Structural Module using System coupling for this type of one-way FSI? if yes, how different it would be to set up this cosimulation in Workbench compared to setting up a two-way FSI simulation? For example, I guess there is no need to enable Fluent Dynamic Mesh in this case.
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