August 24, 2023 at 12:21 pmFAQParticipant
Ansys Discovery has new 2D Fan models for intake and exhaust. This feature will be available in Ansys Discovery Release 2023 R2.
Intake and exhaust fans are used to model the flow of air into or out of a system. In Discovery, two-dimensional intake fans are inlets that allow air to flow into the system and exhaust fans are modeled as outlets that allow air to flow out of the system.
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