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Hello everyone,

My problem involves, flow of water heated through a pipe which is heated by constant heatflux on the sides of the pipe and I need to check the thermal stress and deformation because of the temperature profile caused by the flow.

I have simulated the 3D steady fluent simulation of inlet velocity and temperature, outlet pressure and temperature. sides of the pipe are no-slip wall and constant heat flux.

Now I don't know how to couple the fluid solution to ANSYS Structural to get the deformation of the pipe.

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