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Andrew Heather
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ENH: Forces function object - updated header documentation
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skin-friction forces over a given list of patches, and the resistance
from porous zones.
Forces and moments are calculated
, with optional
coordinate system
and
writing of binned data, where force and moment c
ontributions
are collect
ed
in
to a user-defined number of
bins that span the input geometries for a
user-defined direction vector.
Forces and moments are calculated
in a global Cartesian
coordinate system
by default, or using a user-defined system. C
ontributions
can be 'binn
ed
'
according
to a user-defined number of
uniform-width collection zones (bins)
that span the input geometries, oriented by a
user-defined direction vector.
Data is
written
in
to multiple files in the
Results are
written to multiple files
as a function of time
in the
postProcessing/\<functionObjectName\> directory:
- force.dat : forces in global Cartesian coordinate system
- moment.dat : moments in global Cartesian coordinate system
- forceBin.dat : force bins in global Cartesian coordinate system
- momentBin.dat : moment bins in global Cartesian coordinate system
- localForce.dat : forces in local Cartesian coordinate system
- localMoment.dat : moments in local Cartesian coordinate system
- localForceBin.dat : force bins in local Cartesian coordinate system
- localMomentBin.dat : moment bins in local Cartesian coordinate system
- force.dat : forces
- moment.dat : moments
- forceBin.dat : force bins
- momentBin.dat : moment bins
Usage
Example of function object specification:
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