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Old   May 1, 2020, 01:14
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Hello,

I want to simulate a projectile motion of rotating spherical ball in air.

The ball has an initial angle, initial velocity and spinning like topspin.


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And I want to calculate a drag coefficient, lift coefficient, a horizontal and vertical distance of a ball.

When I practiced a tutorial, I made a rotating ball . But I couldn't find any tutorial about setting an initial angle and velocity.

I'm a very beginner in CFD and I will use Ansys CFX of Fluent.

Please give me some advice or tutorial link.

I'm not a native so I'm sorry with my poor English. Thank you.
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