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Old   November 26, 2014, 06:53
Default Moment-torque coefficient monitoring
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Hi everybody. I am simulating a turbine and I want to monitor the Cm during the time, but the output written file contains only the Cm in the last step and I don't know why. It is the first time that this problem occurs for me.

I have done this: In solution option-Monitor-Moment-Click on "Write"-Give the file output name-save output parameter-

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