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Old   June 24, 2015, 04:14
Default How to get Axial-Wall Shear Stress
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From the ansys help, I find that the Axial-Wall Shear Stress, Radial-Wall Shear Stress and Swirl-Wall Shear Stress are contained in the Wall Fluxes...category in the Fluent post-processing, however I just get X-Wall Shear Stress, Y-Wall Shear Stress and Z-Wall Shear Stress. What's the matter with it? Is there any setting?
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