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Old   February 22, 2010, 11:14
Default Exporting Fluent boundary conditions for Ansys FEA
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I'm performing an analysis in Fluent where the resulting pressures on a surface are intended to be input to ANSYS for a stress analysis.

I'm not sure how this should be done though and would very much appreciate any help. We don't have Workbench which I know is designed for this kind of simulation, just Fluent and ANSYS.

The mesh structure in each model will also be different, will this cause any problems?

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