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Old   June 15, 2021, 13:22
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Hello people!

I'm trying to evaluate pressure difference along a streamlined body located in a closed channel. It could be calculated between to specified cells/points on the body or along the surface line. The surface is described by a known function (NACA-profile). For the time being, I look at an example about the pressure difference across internal faces (Pressure difference across 2 internal faces), but couldn't figure it out for my case. As I'm quite new to openFoam, every answer is helpful

Solver is PimpleFoam.

Thank you for the help!
Best regards,
Henrik

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