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Old   May 14, 2013, 03:57
Exclamation Two way FSI-coupling time step for steady case
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I am doing a two way FSI for a turbine blade by using ANSYS Multifield.

I am confused which values to put in the coupling time step and coupling time duration, when I am running a steady simulation.

I think for transient simulation it is same as the time step and total time for which we want to simulate.

According to the help file, time step in the steady FSI means the load step. So can we use any value for them ? Does anyone have some idea ?
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