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Default Lift force in 2D axisymmetric in N/rad or N/m?
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HI,

I'm currently working on a 2D axisymmetric simulation of a pad, and I need to get the lift force. However, does Fluent give me the lift force (thanks to report-> forces,...) in N/rad or in N/m ??

For a non axisymmetric problem, it seems to be in N/m, but what about my case?

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