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Old   August 14, 2009, 13:51
Default Time mean velocities in moving meshes
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I found a little note in the FLUENT manual saying that the time mean velocities in the unsteady statistics are meaningless for moving meshes.

I have not found any other option in Fluent to get the time mean velocities in URANS calcs. Only way I see is to write out each time step and average by hand, which is of course CRAZYYYY
I can't believe people are not interested in the time mean velocities in moving meshes. Turbomachinery guys should be! Or is there some easy way of getting this that I don't realise? ...
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