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Sequential Coupling in Msc.Nastran

Sequential Coupling in Msc.Nastran

Sequential Coupling in Msc.Nastran

Hello all,

I would like to do Fluid Structure Interaction Problem sequentially, where output of the structure ( here is velocity of the radiation surface ) to be applied to the fluid Interior in a separate analysis unlike fully coupled analysis.

In detail:
I have an Engine where I give structural excitations and velocity output would be requested at the radiation surface of the engine. This would be my first analysis.

I want to compute the sound pressure due to engine vibration at a point far form engine , for that I have an exterior fluid FE. I would like to apply this structural output as a boundary condition in exterior fluid.
My question is would it be possible to do in MSc or NX nastran

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