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Old   April 14, 2009, 05:31
Default Relative reference system
Jorge Muņoz
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I had a doubt about reference system in FLUENT. Since i'm gonna work with several cases changing the angle i decided to put the reference system origin in the center of my mesh in order to rotate it a get the images i need, but the problem is that the forces i'm interested in are applied related to a different reference system.

My question is the following: Is it possible to define a relative reference system where to compute the forces and momentums, different to the one i have for the model?

Thanks in advance
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Old   April 18, 2009, 05:22
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Ey guys!

Nobody can help me?? really? I know there are lots of threads to answer, but if u can or u know how to do it, please, i'll be very grateful for it...
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