Dear I want to know can we publish industry publications under student licensing of ansys? With Best Regards Usama
As in use ANSYS Student results in publications?
First of all, I am a Ph.D. student and I am doing experimental work with simulations.
1. it is the optimization of the fabrication process. some similar model(https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1361-6439/aaa77d/meta) I used with a different pattern by keeping the student version in my mind(just removed the interface(which is only possible in-licensing version)).
2. I also attached the .*case file of the previous paper and my model in the archive file. previously, they used commercial software for this purpose.
3. I have one more question Dear admin as the .*case file have the distance between two circles is about 5 micrometer. the dimensions used in the case file is smaller but I have very big dimensions 20 times larger than this .*case file. could it possible to mesh it(commercial software)by increasing the dimensions?
4. I used the technique I make the system 40 times smaller and after getting results I multiply the results by the factor of 40. is this right approach to solve the problem?
@pgl I need your suggestion?
With Best Regards
I'll leave Paul (pgl) to answer the usage questions: I just drive the software!
If you mean the model aspect ratio is big (long thin region) or you're modelling a small section due to cell count limits then, yes, the Research or Commercial version will mean you can use a lot more mesh. The cell count limit is removed, and you're then only limited by hardware and parallel licences to run the calculation.
Re the scaling, without going into a lot of detail (which is beyond what I can do here) I don't know. You'll be missing some flow phenomena, but I can't say if they'll matter.
I cannot download files so cannot open it to see what's there: it's not an option I have due to US Export Law.
By small section I mean if you're modelling a little part of a larger domain: typically these are called sub models.
You can scale results and domain size using various techniques (that's how wind tunnel models work) but you also need to understand & account for viscosity, Reynolds Number etc. That's an engineering question, so best answered by one of your tutors who can review the whole project.
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