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 OffshoreStructuralEnginer August 3, 2010 22:24

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Hello Jedi Masters,

I am running a fluid flow analysis of an object dragged through the water. The results are in and I am very happy. How do I find out how much pressure has distributed itself over my object?

I want a numerical answer I can put into a powerpoint presentation to accompany the streamline video.

I really appreciate your help! Super science is fun!

 mvoss August 4, 2010 04:02

hi,
how about maxVal(p)@Surface_of_the_object or force()@object or you create a boundary intersection line and then make a diagram like rel.coord. on intersection vs. pressure.

neewbie

 OffshoreStructuralEnginer August 4, 2010 08:54

=maxVal(Pressure)@Boom Front === 198 lb ft^-2
=maxVal(Total Pressure)@Boom Front === 205 lb ft^-2

Neewbie, you are all that is Manly, Muah!

multiplying by the area gives total Force:)

 mvoss August 4, 2010 08:57

is beeing "Manly" smth. good?

 OffshoreStructuralEnginer August 4, 2010 09:14

Manly Men

It's the best, just lay off the merry men tights.:p

 mvoss August 4, 2010 09:20

okay.

neewbie

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