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Old   June 18, 2011, 23:54
Default Drag coefficient for an airfoil from 0-360 degrees
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hi i'm a electrical student but as a part of my project i need to do analysis in star ccm plus on a airfoil

Joukowski foil wit 16%c camber and 6%c thickness

1. i had a made a 3d file in UG iges file but where to generate mesh file caal i mesh it in star ccm plus if so how? an angle of attack of 90 degrees and above which method i had to follow in star ccm plus ......................i.e at more flow separation which method is better for better results?

3. for my air foil i need to analyse angle of attack from 0-360 degrees for that can i get better results in star ccm plus or else i need to try some other software?
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