May 12, 2021 at 2:50 amHan_JCSubscriber
I want to use the Ansys TwinBuilder to implement the simulation of multi-physiological domain systems, so I need to build the structural model I need in Workbench (my research object is a rotor, corresponding to Mechanic simulation), then get its ROM model file, Easy to follow up.
The version I use is 2020R2, in this version of the Workbench Help document, indicate "NOTE: CURRENTLY, You CAN SET UP AND BUILD A ROM Only for a Fluent System. ROM PRODUCTION EXAMPLES ARE PROVIDED", what is this?
help file: https://ansyshelp.ansys.com/account/secured?returnurl=/Views/Secured/corp/v202/en/wb_dx/ROM_ROMBuilderComponent.html
Or can you tell me how to get the ROM model of the rotor system?
In this video，they got the rom model，but it isn’t a fluent systems
Thank you very much！
Hello Han JC
Regarding your question on 3D ROM in Workbench, please post it on ANSYS Customer Portal or Ansys Learning Forum based on the type of license that you have. This ANSYS Discovery Community Forum is specifically for seeking help on ANSYS Discovery products. Thank you for your understanding!
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