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Old   September 24, 2018, 16:18
Question Increasing the angle of incidence automatically
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I would need a little help please
There is, I have to do several simulations depending on the angle of incidence of an airplane wing and deduce the drag and lift coefficients. The problem is that I have to do 30 simulations and every time manually change the angle in 'Geometry', update and restart the simulation.
Would there be a way to ask the software to do a single simulation and ask him every time to increment the angle please?

(I want then to plot the different coefficients according to the angle of incidence)

Thank you very much for your reply

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