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Old   February 19, 2008, 18:25
Default How can I calculare torque in fluent?
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Antonella
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Can you help me please?

I need to calculate the torque on a sphere inside the channel. After the fluidodynamics simulation, I select Report -> Forces -> Moment and I write the coordinates of center of moment.

Fluent prints 3 different values, inside brackets, for the TOTAL MOMENT.

How can I calculate the total value of torque, starting from this 3 values? What stand these values for?

Thanks in advance.
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