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Old   January 1, 2021, 10:15
Default Finding Drag Coefficient Value for Symmetric Geometry
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Hello,

I have this kind of geometry which is divided by two for fluent drag analysis. To find the exact Cd value for all geometry, do I have to multiply by two the drag coefficient value? By the way, I defined the faces as symmetry.

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