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Old   October 13, 2019, 07:48
Default Aerodynamics Coefficients too high
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Hi everyone, i'm new to the CFD Software anyway i want to find a bullet drag and lift coefficient. After calculation done, looking to drag force coefficient it is about 2000 times higher than normal value. I share my mesh and other openfoam config files.
Thanks for helping.(Sorry for English)
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