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Old   December 3, 2013, 02:49
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Hello ppl,

I solved a simple problem using dsmcFOAM solver. Now i need to extract the data out of it. I used the dsmcFieldsCalc to obtain the Pressure temperature and velocities. Now There was a folder named /Post processing

Within the post processing folder, i find a forces.dat file.

What is this file?

I dont understand anything from this file. Can I use that dat file to plot in matlab ??

Help me guys

Thanks
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Old   February 8, 2014, 00:12
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Results can be obtained by running dsmcFieldCalc "OR" adding force functions in the controlDict file (as in wedge15Ma5 tutorial).
The macroscopic(temp/overallT, P,Umean etc.) results are ensemble averaged output.
You can edit controlDict force function with with "resetOnOutput off;" for time averaging from initial time (0) "OR"
set "resetOnOutput on;" to get for time averaging from a later time ( after a getting steady result).
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