|January 5, 2010, 16:48||
CFX - Flow Over a Moving Body (Lift & Drag)
Join Date: Nov 2009
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I am a beginner with CFX. I am having to use it as part of my masters course. We have been set the challenge of modelling 3 very basic automotive bodies and then carrying out flow simulations over the bodies. I have completed the obvious tutorials, they have helped me set up and run test rests without any problems! The tutorials have not helped significantly with the result I require such as:
I would like some advice, or direction on good tutorials, website to view to help me with this.
Thanks in advance to any contributors!
|January 6, 2010, 20:14||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Birmingham, UK
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you can get the force x,y,z component on a surface (or a user defined group of surface) in cfd post
check these threads to get you started
you will probably find handy the search function in this forum and a good fluid dynamics book
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