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Old   August 10, 2013, 07:47
Question meshing of a human powered vehicle
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hi everyone,
i'm doing a project where i was asked to do drag tests for a vehicle. can i do the entire thing 2 dimensionally since the vehicle is symmetric about z axis ? will the reults vary if we do it 3-D. can u suggest me the most preferred method and also the meshing.
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