November 29, 2020 at 9:38 pmNajmehFallahSubscriberI intend to do topology optimization for a liquid cooled heatsink. I found in a paper that, to do so, I need to couple ANSYS Fluent with TOSCA . How can I get access to TOSCA while it is not available among workbench tool boxes in academic ANSYS? n
November 30, 2020 at 11:44 amRobForum ModeratorTOSCA isn't anything to do with us, so you'd need to find a supplier and buy it. nAs you're looking at Fluent we have options for using mesh morphing and the adjoint solver; they're in the core Fluent you have access to (if it's fairly up to date) and covered in the documentation. There are also design tools in Workbench that link into the Fluent solver via parameters. I'd suggest the morpher/adjoint technology over a design of experiment approach to reduce compute load: the former will alter your design whilst the latter creates a response surface from many data sets. n
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