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Old   November 12, 2006, 11:43
Default Lift force or coefficient of lift
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Hey everyone

I want to know the Lift force from Residual in FLUENT is it Lift force or coefficient of lift, I need to know its unit

If it is force, is it Newton and if it coefficient of lift, is it dimensionless ?!

I need a quick reply, pleeeeeeeeaaaase.

thanks in advance Rola
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Old   November 12, 2006, 13:29
Default Re: Lift force or coefficient of lift
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Hi Rola, Itīs the coefficient lift. But to have a proper value you have to set the reference values: Report->Reference values.

Good luck
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