September 4, 2020 at 12:42 amlytsophySubscriberI had some issues with licensing of Ansys products so I thought maybe I could accomplished my task with free student software.nnSince I am really new in Ansys, I would like to ask some questions.nnIs it possible to simulate a time-released mass gas flow with Ansys Discovery Aim? Like under specified frequency and so on.nnI have searched for some information and know that Ansys Fluent is able to do that. I tried a little bit on Fluid Flow. it seems like be able to accomplish basic flow simulation but I didn't find the time-released setting. Also I noticed it has extension with Fluent, but I can't use it without license. I wonder if it is also possible on Ansys Discovery Aim.nnLooking forward to reply.n
September 4, 2020 at 2:40 amNaresh PatreAnsys EmployeeHello lytsophy nYou can check the capabilities offered by Discovery AIM on page 41 of below mentioned link:nIf it is a multiphase problem, then it cannot be solved in Discovery AIM.n
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