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Old   March 6, 2012, 21:42
Default Reference velocity for force coefficient
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I have finished running in different velocity
But I got to change the reference velocity in force coefficient
So I used one value of reference velocity for different velocity
And the results of force coefficient is absolutely not correct
How can I correct this mistake?
Must I run again after changing the reference velocity?
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Old   March 6, 2012, 22:44
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Hi, I don't know whether is there anyway that you can correct it automatically within Star-CCM+.
But one thing you can do is to export the data from the force coefficient plot, and then correct it manually (say using Excel), so you won't need to re-run the simulation.
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