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structure fluid interaction tutorial

    • nebyat
      Subscriber

      i want to simulate a cantilever beam of a length 300 mm, width 12.7 mm and a thickness of 3.18 mm partially immersed in liquid in order to validate the concept 'when a cantilever beam partially immersed in liquid it's frequency will change with the change of immersion'. so i want to justify this numerically or using ANSYS software. so kindly please share me if you have a document on how to model a cantilever beam partially immersed in liquid using ansys.

    • Keyur Kanade
      Ansys Employee

      I am not fsi expert. But you can have a look at following. 


    • Tayyaba
      Subscriber

      Hi, I am also working on FSI but I am not clear about the re meshing settings . How FSI can be attained without re meshing?as in the attached tutorial. Anyone please help me out about FSI without re meshing?


      Thanks


      Tayyaba

    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee

      Smoothing might be enough if one can dampen out the nodes by smart motion of nodes

    • Keyur Kanade
      Ansys Employee

      In video you can see nodes are moved by smothening. 


      You can say it as one of the type of remeshing. 


      Usually we refer creating new nodes/edges/faces as remeshing. 

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