September 19, 2023 at 8:24 pmBHAWNA RATHISubscriber
Hello, I want to do the fluid analysis of a flute. I have designed the 3D design on Solidworks but I have never used Ansys fluent. Can someone help me where to start and what to do ? Thanks
September 20, 2023 at 9:07 amRobAnsys Employee
Start with the courses on the Learning section on here, and then review the tutorials in Fluent's Help system.
Acoustics modelling isn't simple, so maybe start by looking at how flow behaves in the mouthpiece and down the flute tube/pipe and through the holes/keys.
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