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How to Measure the Diameter and Length of Cavity in the supercavitation vehicle

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Old   October 27, 2019, 23:06
Default How to Measure the Diameter and Length of Cavity in the supercavitation vehicle
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Hello, I am running the basic calculation for under water supercavitating vehicle. I get the final result which i think are right. Now i want to measure the length and diamter of cavity generated around the vehicle. how i can measure the exact size of cavity in the fluent. Can anyone help me. I also have attached the picture of vehicle and cavity.
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