Yes, I understand that if the object's surface is a no-slip boundary, velocity is zero at the surface, and therefore dynamic pressures become zero, leading total pressure be equal to static pressure.

I did an analysis of water pressures in a bridge, and the following image is refeering to the pressures and forces of the upper part of the slab. I obtained the static, dynamic and total pressures of the upper part of the slab, and I can see that dynamic pressures are far from 0. I did the integral of pressures and I got the forces in (N) which can be seen in the left-hand side of the image.

At the same time, values for static, dynamic and total forces are the same as if I use *Surface report > Area weighted average > Static pressure*, dynamic pressure and total pressure, respectively.

On the right hand side of the image the *Report definition > Lift force*, gives me the same exact value as the static force computed by myself and by *Surface report*.