|February 29, 2008, 11:31||
Answer Yes or No.
FLUENT can plot the Drag force as belows In case of circular cylinder.
2. Refort--> Forcse..
4. Surface Integrals using Costoms Flied Funtions where pressure difference on the surface of circular cylinder. Drag force = pressure force + viscous force pressure force = intergral (static pressure - pressure coefficent) at circular surface. viscous force = Wall Fluxes--> X-wall shear Stress
5. Moment difference between inlet and oulet.
Force = sum(Velocity inlet*density*Projected area*Vin)
- sum(Velocity inlet*density*Projected area*Vout)
Am i right??? YES or NO.
Thank you very much for your answer.
And. One more, If cylinder wall is not wall. it mean is porous-jump... How can get the Force on the surface of porous cylinder.
Best regards Shim.
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