TAGGED: 2-way-coupled-fsi, fsi, harmonic-response, system-coupling
July 4, 2022 at 4:49 ammathansambuSubscriber
Hi to all,
Currently i working in Flow induced vibration on cantilver beam. I successfully completed the FSI 2-way using system coupling method in workbench.
Now im having issue on how to transfer the surface pressure made by the flow (fluent) to Transient (C-Beam) and obtain the harmonic response created from there.
As in external source tutorials, able to connect transient solution to Fluent result, but im not able to link up either since im using ANSYS 2021-R2.
Hoping that any experts can guide me on this issue?
July 5, 2022 at 10:46 amAshish KhemkaAnsys Employee
This looks like a duplicate post. I think you have posted the same query under FBU.
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