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Old   March 18, 2016, 09:28
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Hi all, I want to simulate pressure of fluid on the flat plate For effect of pressure on the Deformation, the flow passes through to flat plate, Direction y - Axis that is parallel with plate (Crossing flow in plate heat exchanger).
Now, i setup pressure of fluid in the ansys /Component Y P=500Kpa, Is the correct setting to simulate the fluid pressure in the y-direction?

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Old   March 18, 2016, 18:55
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Hello Ali,
There are two forces. One is the force on the wall by static pressure of the fluid and other is the shear force exerted on the wall due to the flow. The static pressure acts normal to the wall and shear force acts parallel. Do you want to simulate both?

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