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Old   December 14, 2020, 10:54
Default Query on moment about Y axis for external aerodynamic case
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Hello Folks!

Hope everyone is doing good. I am here to get a solution which i am struggling since so long. I am a master student working on external aerodynamic models and validation process.

I simulated a model and got forces and moments about origin (0,0,0) of the model. I need to compare it with experimental data. All the forces and moments (experimental wind tunnel tests ) are available about the CG (center of gravity) point (4.239,0,2.090).

I need to know how to convert the moment My about origin point, to My about the CG point to compare my results and validate. Can anyone please help me?
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