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Old   March 1, 2004, 05:16
Default Drag Coefficient vs actual time
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Marc Efune
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I am trying to plot drag coefficients vs actual time rather than time step or iteration number and have had no success. The flow is unsteady and compressible.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, Marc Efune
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Old   March 1, 2004, 06:09
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WHAT DO YOU MEAN VS ACTUAL TIME?YOU CAN ADJUST YOUR TIME STEPPING, WHATEVER YOU THINK IS CLOSE TO REALITY!THEN YOU HAVE BY PLOTXY TO PLOT FOR EVERY CASE FILE THE CD VS TIME.
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