August 3, 2023 at 2:54 amHB ZSubscriber
I wonder if workbench can be used under Linux to run multi-physics coupling
August 3, 2023 at 4:51 pmBill BulatAnsys Employee
May I trouble you for a description of your application and the multiphysics coupling you want to achieve (what kind of engineering disciplines are participate in the coupled field response. For example, structural displacement/stress/strain, fluid flow (convective heat & mass transport or forces), heat transfer, electric conduction (Joule heating), electrostatic forces (MEMS), piezoelectric coupling, piezoresistive coupling, magnetic and/or Lorentz force induced motion, motion/changing magnetic field-induced electric current)? There are different procedures for different kinds of coupling, and there may be OS limitations to some of them. I think all of them support LInux now but I'm not 100% certain... I may have to double check that.
August 27, 2023 at 2:29 pmHB ZSubscriber
Thanks for your reply, I want to use Workbench for fluid-solid-thermal two-way coupling, and I want to run with the tui command like Fluent without displaying a graphical interface.
August 27, 2023 at 2:31 pmHB ZSubscriber
I also want to ask a question why the data exchange between the fluent module and the transient structure module is slow when I am doing fluid-structure interaction.
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