Hey @jousefm , @drodriguez32
Thanks for the quick reply! After some research I think I have found the source of my error, but would welcome your confirmation/knowledge of this subject.
From your previous tutorial I had completed this step OK and produced the plot seen in the image
However when it came to the “Highlights” plot below it you showed this image:
I was not able to replicate this particular plot but unfortunately did not have time to investigate it. I noticed that the plot is identified as Total Pressure (the sum of static and dynamic pressure?) and I assumed this was the same as Cp at the time due to the above title (though now I see this was my mistake).
Now for the full car model I similarly used (p-6.2)/(0.5 * 20 * 20) and got the above posted image, and I could not replicate your Total Pressure plot below (in stationary form).
To summarise, I understand Cp is normalised pressure (though not fully the derivation of your supplied formula); I suppose my question is really just how to calculate total pressure in the post processor and what this represents/what is it used for? (Total Pressure is what I had understood to effectively represent “energy” as a colleague had described it to me as the “quality of the air stream”.)
Many thanks again, your answers and time truly are appreciated!