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Old   August 15, 2009, 07:55
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Dear all,I have been asking this Q and i've never had an answer yet,

i'm really confused here and it's soooooo important to me>>>>>

for my final year project: i need to study the CL and Cd of a 65 deg delta wing at DIFFERENT ANGLE OF ATTACK AND ROLLING RATE. so i need to simulate that using GAMBIT and FLUENT to compare my reslut with the wind tunnel results. the Question is:-

please , i know how to study a wing in GAMBIT at different angle of attack BUT i don't know how i can study it at different rolling rate, i mean how can i study the roll motion of a delta wing in gambit i.e changing the sidslip angle????????

i have already constucted the delta wing geomatry using CAD and i need just to import it to gambit ,
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Old   August 16, 2009, 11:52
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47 view and no anwser,,,,,,,, please i need this answer urgent.

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