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Old   September 11, 2014, 02:46
Default Modal analysis of Fluid domain ANSYS
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Hello,
I am working on Sloshing phenomenon due to seismic vibration. I calculated the natural frequency and mode shapes tank structure.
Now I want to calculate natural frequency and mode shape of fluid domain using Ansys. I created fluid domain of size 5m*3m*2m. How to calculate natural frequencies and mode shapes of fluid domain by using ANSYS workbench?
If any tutorials regarding this topic, plz send link.



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Old   January 9, 2015, 17:55
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Hi Niraj,

Do you want to solve in the frequency domain, or, solve in time domain then convert it will FFT?

I want to solve fluid NS equations within frequency domain and don't know if that's possible.
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