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Old   September 30, 2002, 19:05
Default How to caculate Pressure frm Streamline Fucn x,y
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How to compute the pressure of an object that revealed its stream line pattern! ? thanks

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Old   October 7, 2002, 04:22
Default Re: How to caculate Pressure frm Streamline Fucn x
Edward G. Cruz
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The streamline pattern around a body in a flowing fluid is generated from the velocity field. The resulting pressure field should come out from velocity field and not from the streamline pattern. I'm assuming that you started from the velocity field info here.

If not, you have to calculate velocity field first before finding out the pressure field. This is an easy procedure, but it will take some time. Go with the Flow; Edward
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