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Old   April 19, 2012, 08:29
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Hallo, dear all
I am now simulating a pump with BladeGen/TurboGrid and CFX.

I found that, BladeGen/TurboGrid can only make Geo and mesh for one Blade, but not the complete turbo.
Instead of only one blade, I want the mesh for the whole turbo, is it possible to do this in BladeGen or TurboGrid?
Or otherwise, the only possibility is to copy the mesh in CFX pre?

Thank you for hints,
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This can be done in Turbogrid. But I prefer to do it in the CFX-Pre
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This can be done in Turbogrid. But I prefer to do it in the CFX-Pre
hallo, Far,
Can you tell me in which menu to find the function?
I can now only "display" the whole turbo, but what is feeded into Pre is still only one blade.

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But i mean, how to do it in TurboGrid?
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Sir,

If I mesh a single stator rotor in turbogrid and the entire volute in ICEM, import the stator rotor mesh to CFX PRE and apply the entire passage so that it become 360 degree.Now can I add the volute mesh from ICEM on to it with CGI and will it work?
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