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Old   June 3, 2013, 08:19
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i am new to the paraview with openfoam, and now i get the results of openfoam and want to know the force on one surface or the force difference on two surfaces. I have tried many times and also found some ways on the internet, but it does´t work, can you help me to list some steps to computate the force on one surface based on the pressure, possibly using the integrate variables.

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