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Old   June 4, 2019, 10:05
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Hi every body
in a simulation with CFX, the forces on a body is calculated with force_x[_<Coord Frame>]( ) and force_y[_<Coord Frame>]( ) , also torque is calculated with torque_y() expressions.

I need the Position of forces that calculates torque with them. in the other world, the torque=x1*force_y+y1*force_x and I need x1 and y1. How I can find them?
thanks for your answers
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