So if i understand you correctly, the fluctuations from the outputs need to be matched with the ORSI results where the exact time step or iteration is showing where we need to take the data from. In the pic below of the oscillating Cd has upper and lower limits. Is the average of these numbers enough or does the “true” value of Cd needs to be matched at where fluctuations are at the 1%, given to us by ORSI.
I understand that the visual aspect of the results is either at the last time step recorded, for what we have done at 1000, or when you manually stop the simulation.
What you are referring to is when the data output is taken when the simulation times out and the data given could be either at the top or bottom peak of the data oscillation correct? Therefore only numerical data can be trusted but the visual indicator of higher magnitude values, like we saw in the 1 layer boundary layer, is not accurate as it could be either the top, bottom, or middle of the oscillating values.
I will continue with full car attempts tomorrow