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Old   August 23, 2011, 09:04
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Hello everyone I need help....
I am using Ansys12.0 and i want to import or darw two similar naca0012 airfoil in one plane with 5m distance but I don't know how to do that....I have created one airfoil in a plane but dont know how to import second airfoil at some distance.......Basically I want to workout the turbulence effect of one airfoil to another different distance......Please let me know how to do will be very helpful
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Old   September 5, 2011, 14:10
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You could try using two different geometry files: one with the airfoil at x = 0, and one with the airfoil at x = 5 m (i.e., put the data in a spreadsheet and add "5" to all of the x values to create a new airfoil). Then import each file separately.
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