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Old   January 31, 2005, 18:28
Default Expert parameter "include pref in forces"
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Hi, I would like to know more detail information, about the expert parameter "include pref in forces", since the description offered in the CFX5.7's manual doesn't help much.

Thanks, Luis Prieto
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Old   February 1, 2005, 16:02
Default Re: Expert parameter "include pref in forces"
Glenn Horrocks
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Doesn't it just mean that without the parameter the forces on surfaces is calculated assuming a pressure of pref behind them, or with the parameter it is assumed there is zero pressure behind the surfaces? I am not sure, but a quick check run of CFX would prove it.

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