Creating a Goal Plot
The Goal Plot allows you to study the goal changes in the course of the calculation.
SolidWorks Flow Simulation uses Microsoft Excel to display the goal plot data. Each goal
plot is displayed in a separate sheet. The converged values of all project goals are
displayed in the Summary sheet of an automatically created Excel workbook.
1 In the SolidWorks Flow Simulation design tree, under Results, right-click the Goals icon and select Insert. The Goal Plots dialog box appears.
2 Click Add All or select the one you need.
3 Click OK. The goals1 Excel workbook is created.
This workbook displays how the goal values had changed during the calculation. You can take the total pressure value presented in the Summary sheet.
there are no plots, either use a goal or a surface parameter
check the tutorials and validation examples there are examples that show how to do this. flow over a sphere comes to mind.
also, I would recommend digging into this forum, the type of analysis you want to do is very complex and requires some real thinking about your goals relative to what you can do with cfd. my suggestion as you will see in this forum is always to start with a 2d model to get a good understanding of how many cells and size of comp domain that you need to get good results before you move to 3d.