August 17, 2018 at 2:47 pmvineethbharadwajpSubscriber
I am trying to simulate a Multiphysics problem of an induction motor by coupling Maxwell and Fluent.
If any of you have worked on such a project before, can you please share any relevant resources? Or are there any step-by-step guide available?
I am very new to Electromagnetic Suite, and the resources online for such a problem are very scarce. Also, I am using Ansys in my institution and have no access to the customer portal. Can anyone please provide me access to the files of this workshop?
August 17, 2018 at 3:46 pmRobAnsys Employee
Please talk to your supervisor and/or the ASC in your University. They will have access to this tutorial which we won't repost on a public forum.
September 17, 2019 at 4:01 ammi264Subscriber
I have excess to the customer portal. But I am not finding the materials by using your link. It says "Item removed". Can you share me the fluent geometry file used in this workshop?
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