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Old   December 20, 2010, 02:00
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Hello everybody,

I would like to solve a problem with the help of you guys...
The problem is how to get individual drag, lift coefficients in fluent v6.3.26 for a rectangular cylinders in side by side arrangement which are at unsteady state. What I am getting is combined(both upper and lower cylinders) drag or lift coefficients but most of the literature give coefficients of each cylinder(like upper cylinder and lower cylinder) separately.

what I think is when I press the buttons report>forces>print they give results which are at an instant of time.

Help with this problem which needs your help for further proceeding of my project.

advance thank you guys....
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Hello everybody,

I would like to solve a problem with the help of you guys...
The problem is how to get individual drag, lift coefficients in fluent v6.3.26 for a rectangular cylinders in side by side arrangement which are at unsteady state. What I am getting is combined(both upper and lower cylinders) drag or lift coefficients but most of the literature give coefficients of each cylinder(like upper cylinder and lower cylinder) separately.

what I think is when I press the buttons report>forces>print they give results which are at an instant of time.

Help with this problem which needs your help for further proceeding of my project.

advance thank you guys....
Hey may u help me to simulate the flow and heat transfer in a horizontal rectangular channel were i have heat source in that channel using any code fluent or another .
waiting ur answer thx.
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