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Old   December 14, 2006, 11:42
Default ANSYS FLOTRAN Vector Plot Help
Kieran Hood
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Hi, I'm modeling a duct in ANSYS and there seems to be a problem with the vector plot command. I checked my results using vector plot earlier and everything looked fine, I then animated the particle flow for a few points an have come back to the vector plot visualisation. Now all I can see are the velocity vectors at both ends of the duct, and no vectors within the duct at all (whereas earlier the velocity vectors within the whole duct were being shown). Does anyone know how I can fix this, its really annoying. Thanks alot, Kieran
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Old   January 8, 2007, 08:40
Default Coupled field analysis for micropump
Manoj Pandey
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Sir/Madam, i am working on piezoelectric micropump,membrane part and fluidic part independently working well, but facing the problem how to couple them for coupled both. how the load of structural result file is transfered as a boundary condition for the fluidic/cfd analysis. how the nodes are coupled. plz help Thank you With regards

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