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Old   March 23, 2007, 17:39
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I have an STL file for an artery that I modified in ICEM CFD by adding inlets and outlets. I then exported into CFX pre and defined boundary conditions and solved for CFD. It works great as far as CFD is concerned. I am now trying to do a fluid structure interaction but I don't know how to work in ANSYS workbench for solid setup from ICEM CFD.

Can somebody please walk me through the process. I would greatly appreciate that

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Old   February 20, 2012, 13:26
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Hi shaan!

I registered right now on this forum, and I'm working on a project with aorta aneurysm, and I'll work with this kind of interaction......did you know how can I work with this???

Now I'm working only with a stl file and working with the mesh in my geometry.

best regards!

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