# how to find out torque in fluent

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 March 29, 2006, 00:56 how to find out torque in fluent #1 athiyaman.p Guest   Posts: n/a hai, iam doing a project in wind turbine.iam going to simulate the original wind turbine(consists the rotor only). my aim is to find out the torque! how to find the torque in the fluent software.

 March 29, 2006, 09:20 Re: how to find out torque in fluent #2 Jason Guest   Posts: n/a Report -> Forces

 March 29, 2006, 23:37 Re: how to find out torque in fluent #3 athiyaman.p Guest   Posts: n/a hai, thank u for the reply! as u said, i have the forces of x,y,z components.and my wind turbine is rotating about the x axis. if i want to find the torque,what should i do? should i take the x component force and multiply by the distance? if so,what distance should i take.the total length of the prototype blade is 170mm. the force at the report indicates what? please explain me in detail. if possible send me some literatures on that. waiting for reply! thank u! athiyaman.p india.

 March 30, 2006, 03:33 Re: how to find out torque in fluent #4 mAx Guest   Posts: n/a you have the possibility to compute the torque Report/Forces Then in Option, choose Moment and define your moment center

 August 6, 2014, 07:04 #5 New Member   anvesh gangadharan Join Date: Jul 2014 Posts: 2 Rep Power: 0 alright, i've been trying to do something similar but i'm using ansys 13, and i can't find the option to calculate torque in fluent. it may seem a bit silly but it'd help me a lot.

 August 6, 2014, 08:12 #6 Senior Member   Cees Haringa Join Date: May 2013 Location: Delft Posts: 540 Rep Power: 10 Slide 32 and 33 in this reference should be all you need. These slides are for FLUENT 6 I believe, but little has changed here. Indeed, report - forces - moments and choose the proper axis.

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