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Old   July 15, 2018, 16:46
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Hello, in my problem i have a rubber pipe which is lying on ground and pressure is applied uniformly on the pipe surface via foot , the pipe is enclosed at both ends via plug and contains water .

Is it possible on ansys workbench 18.2 to simulate this problem and get pressure and stress on the plug surface ? If yes then how ? I have been trying this via fluid solid interaction on ansys but unable to do it
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Use acoustic elements.
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