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Old   January 18, 2005, 13:00
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I have a projectile with canted tail fins. These tail fins cause the projectile to spin at a certain rate (OMEGA) relative to the airspeed.

I'm having trouble setting up the model to get this rotation. Do I set the fluid zone as rotating? Do I have to set the rotation of the fluid to negative OMEGA? If I do rotate the fluid zone, what do I do with the body? Is it better to set the fluid zone as stationary and rotate the body?

I appreciate any help.

Thanks, Jason
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Old   September 6, 2018, 10:15
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Hey, I know it's been a long time but did you manage to solve your problem? If yes I would like to hear it because i have a problem similar to yours.
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