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 November 9, 2013, 18:24 Calculate Cp,CN,CT & calculate coefficient in sections #1 New Member   Join Date: Nov 2013 Posts: 2 Rep Power: 0 Dear all my friends How can I calculate Cp distribution (Pressure coefficient distribution) , CN (normal force coefficient), CT( tangential force coefficient ) in cfview of NUMECA? Another question is that , I want to show Cp,CT,CN and Relative velocity contours with streamlines in different sections of blade , for example: in span 10% , 40% ,... 95%. How can I do this? Thank you all for your attention

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 Originally Posted by Ali T Dear all my friends How can I calculate Cp distribution (Pressure coefficient distribution) , CN (normal force coefficient), CT( tangential force coefficient ) in cfview of NUMECA? Another question is that , I want to show Cp,CT,CN and Relative velocity contours with streamlines in different sections of blade , for example: in span 10% , 40% ,... 95%. How can I do this? Thank you all for your attention
I am facing the same problem. Did you find any solution to this problem?

 February 17, 2014, 10:39 #4 Member   Colinda Join Date: May 2012 Posts: 39 Rep Power: 5 Once you have created the new quantity Cn for example, you can select it from the list on the left and create a Cartesian plot e.g. at 10% of the span by drawing the section or entering the coordinates at which location you want to see the plot. In FINE/Open such section is a straight line between two points in XYZ space. If the computation was done in FINE/Turbo, you have also access to the Blade-to-blade view in which you can then draw a constant plot e.g. at constant span (normalized from 0 to 1=100%) .

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