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Old   August 18, 2003, 08:49
Default Plotting of lift coefficient vs angle of attack??
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I'm a new user of Fluent 6.

Currently,I'm doing a project. I need to plot drag coefficient, pressure coefficient and lift coefficient against angle of attack. I couldn't find the variables in the XY-Plot. May I know how to set up boundary conditions for changing angle of attack.


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Old   August 18, 2003, 09:31
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Hello, Drag coefficient and lift coeffcient are not available for post-treatment. You need to set a UDF reprogramming both drag and lift model and save both brag and lift coeffcient in UDMI functions. These UDMI function will availeble as post-tretament variable.

good luck, thomas
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