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Old   March 3, 2006, 08:05
Default Calculating Centre of Pressure within FLUENT
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I have searched and searched these forums for a method within FLUENT to determine the centre of pressure over a wall surface. At the moment I have calculated the centre of pressure for my surface using exported ASCII data in combination with Excel.

I've been informed that I can use the Surface Integration tools within FLUENT to verify my own calculations, however I have so far failed to figure out how. Is it possible to determine the location of the centre of pressure solely within FLUENT? Any help would be most appreciated.

Awaiting in anticpation, Matt
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Old   March 5, 2006, 09:29
Default Re: Calculating Centre of Pressure within FLUENT
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Having read the FLLUENT Help literature on Surface Integrals I am still at a lost. Can anyone assit me?
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