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Defining the Splitter Blade 4.
Have a nice time! Defining the Topology 6. March 12, How does it determine the thickness of the blade passage surrounding the blade that it’s going to mesh?
Looking at Mesh Data Values 2. Saving the Mesh 3. Defining the Geometry 2. Coming to your flow path, donot worry if the blades extend out of the flowpath.
Defining the Geometry 3. All times are GMT Defining the Topology 4.
Preparing the Working Directory 3. Preparing the Working Directory 4. Saving the Mesh 4. August 8, Attached Images Stator and rotor. Preparing the Working Directory 5.
FSI – Wind Turbine. All you need to do is put the coordinates in a text file and change the extension to “. You could smoothen both the stator and rotor blades and avoid sharp edges.
I feel the lack of a root T section at bottom of blade with grooves is the reason. Defining the Blade 4.
Analyzing the Mesh Quality 2. Analyzing the Mesh 4. Preparing the Working Directory 2. Originally Posted by mitra Problem with torque output from turgogrid turbine simulation. Preparing the Working Directory 6. Creating a Legend 2.
I have tried the method used by FAR turboengineer on youtube http: Analyzing the New Mesh 5. The time now is August 12, tutoiral September 8, Also I find that the blade geometry is very very poor. Saving the State Optional 5. Defining the Geometry 6.
Setting the Mesh Density 6. Examining the Mesh Qualitatively 3. Also what parameters does turbogrid actually need to mesh?