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Old   April 9, 2020, 10:00
Question How do I obtain Pitch and Plunge values from simulation history?
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I have tried to simulate the 2D Flutter case for both pitch and plunge. Using the aeroelastic test case as a template. How is it that I can print the pitch and plunge in the console but not store the values in my history.csv file?, If i can how should i go about it?
I have tried including 'PITCH' and 'PLUNGE' in the HISTORY_OUTPUT but neither results were written.
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Try adding AEROELASTIC to the history output.
The history output works by groups instead of individual names, e.g. lift, drag, etc. are in group AERO_COEFF.
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Try adding AEROELASTIC to the history output.
The history output works by groups instead of individual names, e.g. lift, drag, etc. are in group AERO_COEFF.
Works, Thank you!
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