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Old   June 21, 2020, 16:23
Default Two-way Fluent/Structural Wall thickness
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Im currently working on a two-way simulation in Ansys, in which fluent gives mechanical the temperature as variable. Im wondering about the BC in Fluent for the interface. I selected a wall-BC and chose System Coupling.

Now my question, do i have to give fluent the wall thickness, although mechanical knows it? Or would it be then the double? 10mm from mechanical+10mm from the fluent BC?

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