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Old   June 24, 2013, 07:10
Default 3d cfd simulation for a biomimetic fish
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hi house, i'm a new user of cfd and would need help using cfd to simulate a biomimetic fish. i understand that i would have to create a model and mesh the model using ansys gambit before exporting it to ansys fluent for simulation. i would appreciate any useful information as to how i could go about achieving this. Thanks!
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Old   June 24, 2013, 09:23
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In Gambit:
*import your fish surface / volume
*create your outer domain
*substract your fish from outer domain
That's it you have your fluid domain.
Now you can mesh...
Then apply your BC, and you are ready to export and run in fluent
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