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Old   February 22, 2012, 03:53
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Hi,

I have to simulate a solid which is circulated around by a fluid. The solid is not symmetric to the fluid flow. Normally the fluid would deflect the solid body.

I want to messure and visualise the resulting force of the solid and it direction (vector). Is there a possibility in Fluent to calculate such a resulting force?

Thanks in advance and the best regards,

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