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Old   July 7, 2023, 17:14
Default Ansys CFD Post Processing for Lift and Drag Coefficients
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For the Ansys Fluent application tab, I was able to simulate the transonic flow over the circular and square cylinders at different Mach numbers.

In Ansys CFD post, how can I do the following things:

1) Display the Cd change with respect to mach number regarding the square and circular cylinder

2) Display the lift coefficient distribution across the surface regarding the circular and square cylinder

3)Display the drag coefficient distribution across the surface regarding the circular and square cylinder


4) Shock induced separation through velocity streamlines.


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I know how to save the Ansys Fluent data and case files in .dat and .cas respectively.
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