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Old   September 15, 2014, 11:35
Default Exporting wall shear stress in relative frame of reference
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Hi all,

I am post-processing a Fluent simulation in Paraview by exporting it through the Ensight Case Gold file format. The simulation is run in a rotating frame of reference. I need the wall shear stress vector field in the relative frame of reference on a few surfaces, but although Fluent can export the wall shear stress components separately (that can be reformulated into a vector field in Paraview), it appears only to be able to do so in the absolute frame of reference. Is there any way to export the wall shear stress components in the relative frame of reference? Or alternatively, is there a mathematical transformation that would convert the wall shear stress vector field in the absolute frame of reference to the rotating one?

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