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Old   April 6, 2009, 05:44
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Currently, i am working about the flow around a car for the 24h of LeMans.
I would like to plot some results for the rear wing. The rear wing is divided in 3 parts : The main wing, The flap ( after the main ) and the Endplates. I have already plot some results like Scz=f(Scx), Cp=f(x), ...
And now, i would like to plot results from iso-surfaces. I have computed the volume of an iso-surfaces for a vorticity at 150/s and i have ploted the Volume for a vorticity at 150/s = f(Velocity). My objective is to compare 2 kinds of geometries with the volume of the iso-vorticity created.
Someone knows if it's a good idea ? What are the functions used to plot the performances of wings with iso-surfaces ?

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