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Defining the Topology 5. Avoid all the exporting business.
anss Saving the Mesh 2. All you need to do is put the coordinates in a text file and change the extension to “. Saving the Mesh 4. September 16, August 8, September 9, Saving the Mesh 3. Generating the Mesh 3. Saving the State Optional 6.
Analyzing the Mesh 4. Add Thread to del.
[TurboGrid] Turbine Stator,Rotor meshing — CFD Online Discussion Forums
Originally Posted by Far are you able to do that? August 29, By thickness of mesh do you mean size of the passage??? Visualizing the Hub-to-Shroud Element Distribution 2. Using Local Mesh Refinement 5. August 12, Originally Posted by mitra22 Thrbogrid, To easily generate a turbogrid mesh. Defining the Shroud 4.
Defining the Topology 3. Have a nice time!
Chapter 1: Introduction to the ANSYS TurboGrid Tutorials
Creating a Legend 2. Boundary condition setting regarding turbine simulation using CFX. Preparing the Working Directory 6.
Defining the Geometry 4. Generating the Mesh 4. Reviewing the Mesh Data Settings 4.
March 12, I have tried the method used by FAR turboengineer on youtube http: BB code is On. Attached Images Stator and rotor. Reviewing the Mesh Data Settings 3. Coming to your flow path, donot worry if the blades extend tutoeial of the flowpath. September 8, The two yellow lines layers in the middle stop midway! Analyzing the Mesh Quality 2. Saving the Mesh 5.
[TurboGrid] Turbine Stator,Rotor meshing
You could smoothen both the stator and rotor blades and avoid sharp edges. Loading the Curves 3. Originally Posted by Far. Ensure that there are no ups and downs on the PS, SS surfaces of the blades Analyzing the Mesh 3. Reviewing the Mesh Data Settings 2. Defining the Hub 4. Recently I had presented that in two webinars where geometry was centrifugal compressor.