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Old   February 8, 2015, 05:56
Default Spinning football/sphere case
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I've made a spinning sphere in both 3D and 2D case and I need to find forces acting at the force so Fd, Fl and Fs so I can accurately solve the balls trajectory by hand. So obviously I need to find the coefficients for Lift, drag and spin.

If anyone could help me and suggest how I can find these values in the ANSYS results section that would be very helpful, thanks.
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3 dimensions, drag coefficient, lift coefficient, sphere, spinning

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