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Old   June 17, 2017, 10:48
Question problem: FSI + DFBI motion in Star CCM
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Hi,

I want to simulate an elastic solid wedge body that impacts the water.
The impact is through a free fall motion.
I tried to model this problem with Abaqus Co-simulation in Star CCM, but it doesn't work in DFBI motion.

Please, someone, help me.

Thanks.
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Old   April 30, 2018, 16:01
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Hi. You can do this by using overset mesh + mesh morphing in Starccm+ and a free falling simulation in Abaqus (apply a gravity load).
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