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Old   January 2, 2020, 16:24
Default 1D / 3D simulation coupling
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I'm looking for a good way to combine 1D and 3D using ANSYS tools.
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Old   January 8, 2020, 14:31
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The correct approach depends on exactly what you want to do, for example extracting information from a 1D simulation and using it as an input for a downstream 3D analysis or taking a coupled approach where only one element in a 1D simulation needs to be resolved in 3D.

I'm an engineer with enginsoft and we have a case study that talks about this using Flownex and ANSYS, might be a good starting point.

https://enginsoftusa.com/pdfs/1D-3D-...th-Flownex.pdf
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