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  Topic: [FLUENT] Controlling velocity at pressure-inlet
kegan.leckness

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PostForum: XANSYS   Posted: Thu Feb 18, 2016 5:43 pm   Subject: [FLUENT] Controlling velocity at pressure-inlet
Hi all,

I have a cylindrical mesh with one pressure-inlet and all other boundaries walls. I have experimental Total Pressure vs. Time data I apply to the inlet via a Profile. I want to test the eff ...
  Topic: [Mechanical] [Fluent] Blast wave FSI modeling
kegan.leckness

Replies: 0
Views: 3214

PostForum: XANSYS   Posted: Thu Aug 13, 2015 8:22 pm   Subject: [Mechanical] [Fluent] Blast wave FSI modeling
Hi,

I'm in need of some advice in a two-way FSI simulation using Fluent/Mechanical. I'm modeling blast wave propagation through the ear and am having difficulty applying the pressure in such a way ...
  Topic: [CFX]Workbench Re-meshing w/ FSI
kegan.leckness

Replies: 2
Views: 3675

PostForum: XANSYS   Posted: Tue May 05, 2015 11:21 am   Subject: [CFX]Workbench Re-meshing w/ FSI
Thank you, Edmund. You've been helpful on multiple forums.

For those who may come across this thread later. the distinction is between using the ICEM CFD Replay method (which accounts for only tran ...
  Topic: [CFX]Workbench Re-meshing w/ FSI
kegan.leckness

Replies: 2
Views: 3675

PostForum: XANSYS   Posted: Fri May 01, 2015 4:38 pm   Subject: [CFX]Workbench Re-meshing w/ FSI
Hi all,

I'm modeling high intensity pressure propagation through the ear. Pressure is applied at the ear canal entrance and a two-way FSI is defined at the other end of the canal at the eardrum. I' ...
  Topic: Convergence in CFX/ANSYS 2-way FSI w/ flexible material
kegan.leckness

Replies: 1
Views: 2644

PostForum: XANSYS   Posted: Tue Apr 21, 2015 8:33 am   Subject: Convergence in CFX/ANSYS 2-way FSI w/ flexible material
Hello,

Using ANSYS/CFX it is my goal to apply an impulse, time-dependent pressure (representative of a simplified blast wave) to the ear canal and examine the pressure distribution from P0, P1, and ...
 
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