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Old   June 5, 2019, 08:08
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I made a simulation about rotating water moving in a tank using fluent in ansys 2019 r1 workbench. I got the results I was looking for, but for some reason I cant get the center of gravity of the moving water. It does't need to be the dynamic center of gravity, it would be sufficient to the center of gravity in one exact timestep. Any help?

So far I searched in "Reports" using the integral functions and the calculator in prepost.
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