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Old   October 6, 2012, 13:46
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I created a two dimensional mesh and had a fluid move by the object horizontally at a constant velocity. Under results in Fluent, I had it create a Force Report. The text file has the Pressure Force in "n". I'm assuming the lower case "n" means a Newton of some sort. Hopefully it means Newton/unit length which would drastically cut the pressure force! Again I'm using the two dimensional Fluent.

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