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Old   July 11, 2008, 04:50
Default Force values in time-dependant analyses
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Hello everyone. I have a problem. The geometry consists of two airfoils, one in front of another in 2D analyses. The one in front oscillates around the Z-axis. I need to calculate the drag and lift coefficients for both airfoils separately and for the system as a whole in every iteration and output them to excel. How should I do that?

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