June 22, 2023 at 3:04 pmGermán FerrandoSubscriber
Hello, i am new with this software, i have modeled a mechanism in transient structural and the behavior is fine. I want to simulate the mechanism at different depths in the sea so im just interested in applying a uniform pressure over time, i tried hydrostatic pressure but i dont think it is useful for my case so i have tried creating a cube in fluent applying a pressure on the water in operating conditions and importing that load in transient structural, my problem is that when i import that pressure it seems really low compared with the results in fluent. Is there a better way to simulate this pressure?
June 26, 2023 at 2:24 pm
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