|June 24, 2009, 05:50||
Cx along train
Join Date: Apr 2009
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Hi to everybody!
I was simulating a high-speed train aerodynamics in order to get the Cx of it. This is simple, just by going to Report/Forces/...
But then I was asked to give Cx along the train. So is there any way to cut by planes or something like that in order to know the Cx of different surfaces in different x-coordinates so that I can give the evolution or increasement of Cx along the train??
Any advice or suggestion is welcome, and it'd be really very helpful!
Thanks in advance,
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